PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012 by Stuart Wilde in THE LITTLE MONEY BIBLE

Say to yourself several times a day, There’s plenty of money I the world, and large chunks of it are just about to drop effortlessly into my lap.
Tell yourself this out loud, for in vocalizing things, you invoke them
and make them real. There’s nothing wrong with a bit of “fake it until
you make it.” It’s just an affirmation, and anyway, you will make it
real in the end. Yes, of course you will!

Money is just a symbol
we use to facilitate the gathering of memories and experiences. It
assists in interaction with others, and it allows us to come to concepts
of honor and integrity, fairness, and compassion. It’s one way you
endorse and love yourself, for it is how you make yourself okay. Using
money to nurture yourself is a manifestation of your acceptance of self,
your endorsement of self. Can you really love the world if you don’t
include and love yourself?”

                    Stuart Wilde, in “The Little Money Bible”

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