Day 23 Of The Law Of Attraction. Your sole intent when you leave one dollar is to be a blessing to the person who finds it. Don't focus on reward. Leave the burden to God.
God is holding you in the palm of his hand. He has your blessings at the ready. He has the right people, ideas, and circumstances lined up to propel you forward into the abundance you deserve.
Once we let go of our need to manipulate outcomes, to "get by giving," to make sure we get the outcome we so fervently desire...we can attract the goodness the Universe has stored up for us.
"Let go, and let God" is more than just a trite saying at support group meetings.
The Law Of Attraction is fueled by the act of giving unselfishly and without concern about the what and when of a future reward.
God's promises of prosperity are scattered all through the Bible, as are the stories of people He brought into exceptional wealth. We do not need to burden ourselves with continually looking to see if a huge financial increase has finally arrived.
A lack of patience is akin to a lack of faith in God's promises, and the Law of Attraction is all about believing in what is not yet seen.
People who are impatient, who want a suitcase full of $1000 dollar bills to materialize out of thin air, are easily frustrated and disappointed. They see the Law of Attraction as a vehicle for making a wish and having a genie grant it.
Trust me, with all God has been through, He does not see himself as some magic little dude in baggy pants. The Creator sees Himself as our Heavenly Father who wants His children to overflow with riches, but only after they commit to His way of living.
And what is his way of living?
Being the best person you can be. Your purpose is to work as hard as you can to extend Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control to all others.
Manipulation, control, and selfishness all blunt the magnetism of the Law Of Attraction.
Give the burden to God, and let go of all expectations of outcome. God does not renege on His promises. We can all be thankful for that.
Since I was walking to IHOP for my Wednesday breakfast out, early this morning. I chose to leave a dollar at the bus stop in front of the general hospital.
The people who work here are a blessing to all of us. The energy they create while helping those who are sick and frightened is much needed.
I just want to be a blessing in one of their lives. If a small rolled-up dollar bill can surprise and help prosper one of these great people, I will feel fulfilled.
My weekly breakfast at IHOP gives me plenty of time to observe people being good to each other, ideas for my home business, and prayers of thanks that I have the time and money to eat here.
God continually puts the right people, ideas, and circumstances in front of me to keep me humble and increase my wisdom about the way He works.
I am grateful to let God take the burden of providing my wealth, in all if its forms.