“Why do people spend their lives doing things that they do not love? Because they believe in scarcity rather than abundance. They will tell you, “I don’t have enough to do whatever I want, so have to do the things I do.” Or “I can’t afford to do what I love.” Or, “I have no other choice – I’ve got to pay my bills.” Or “I don’t know anything else.”
Look at these reasons very carefully. They all imply that there is a scarcity of what is needed to survive. The person feels forced, by virtue of this scarcity, to continue in whatever work he/she is doing to fulfill his/her outer needs. However, if you understand that what you focus on expands, then you begin to see the folly in ever trying to fill in the gaps by doing what you loathe. The loathsomeness is what continues to expand, because that is where all of the energy is centered.”
Dr. Wayne Dyer, in “You’ll See it When you Believe It”
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