It's fair to say that in order for something to move forward, there must be open space in front of it. Like a boulder at the brink of rolling down a hill. It can only gain momentum if there's space in front of it. The same can be said for our way of thinking. If we want momentum in our businesses and lives, we must be thinking in terms of spaciousness, not limitation.
As the voting time heats up toward November, remember that you have the power to allow the information you want to have access to you. You don't have to be an emotional punching bag for the news or strangers who disagree, especially when much of it may not even be factual. Use the Law of Attraction to your advantage.
I have often thought about HOW my parents felt when they participated in the historic March on Washington, or just HOW the anti-apartheid advocates felt when Nelson Mandela walked out of jail on Robbins Island after 27 years in prison, and certainly HOW our elders who lived through Jim Crow segregation felt when Barack Obama took the oath of office.