Before you put your thoughts and energy into getting more, ask yourself this. Are you making the most of all the good and valuable things you already have? The fastest way to experience more abundance in your life is to more fully realize and appreciate the abundance that is already yours.
If you complain about what you don’t have, that pushes away the abundance that’s already yours. Instead, decide to be thankful, and to put that thankfulness into action. Demonstrate your gratitude by choosing to make the most of what you have.
Make the most of your skills, of your knowledge, of your time and experience. Truly value and make the most of your relationships with others. Make the most of this very moment that you have right now, and of every moment that comes to you.
Make the most of your deepest, most meaningful dreams. Make the most of what you love about life. A life of richness is not a number on your bank statement; it is a decision you make in every moment.
With every day, every situation, every encounter, every thought, every feeling and every dream, use the opportunity to make the most of what you have. Give your best to life, in the big moments and in the little moments. Make the most of it all, and with it all you will bring great richness to your world.
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Don’t let the need to have whatever comes next impair your enjoyment of whatever is now. Instead, let your gratitude serve as a gateway to the abundance that is all around you.
The way to stop needing anything is to be sincerely thankful that you already have it. That may at first sound strange, until you stop and consider what’s happening.
As long as you put your energy into needing something, that energy is working against the reality of you ever having it. Yet the more you persist in being thankful for it, the more real and available it becomes for you.
Rather than longing for things to be a certain way, find value in the way things already are. Move in whatever direction you choose, while being fully appreciative of where you are.
Know that somehow, in some way, what you seek is even now available to you. Let go of the need and let your heart be thankful. It will open your eyes to the reality of abundance already within your reach.