The best ways to say "I love you" rise out of simply paying attention and allowing creative expressions to emerge from your heart. The very best ones touch the other person's heart -- the gift is authentically received.
Should we be saving for a rainy day, or at a minimum, retirement?...that's what Susie Orman screams at us through the TV. It certainly sounds like a solid plan, but what if we don't make it to our "golden years?"
My grandmother raised four kids, and became a single parent when my grandfather passed on and my younger uncle was a tender 14. Learning to become profitable was not something she even thought about. She was "savvy" before savvy was a "business" household name.
Eventually, it all gets done, but it's that worrying of having pending issues to close out, which can sometimes lead to just not knowing how to get started. Therefore, let's shift our focus on what we can control.
If there's one thing that this apparent lack has taught me over and over again throughout the past year, it is simply this: Whether I recognize it or not, "enough" is already right here, in this very moment.
When you focus on making the present a joyful and loving experience, you don't dwell on the past or worry about the future anymore. Honoring the present moment with appreciation and value allows everything else to take care of itself.
Perhaps you've seen the Jim Carrey movie Yes Man. While I'm not necessarily encouraging you to go to the same lengths, is it perhaps possible that there are more good experiences out there that you could say "yes" to?
Einstein said, "There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle." Seems to me the latter is more enjoyable. I hope this video helps you experience a more miraculous life, which you deserve.
Our power together lies not just in our abilities but in our collective resources. As a community, we already have so much of what we need. Because together, there is always enough. It is only on our own that we experience scarcity.
Unfortunately, too many of us have been either convinced we don't have it, or are afraid to use it. I hope this video will help you let that fear go, so that you can more joyfully and freely create the best life possible.
When you begin to see that good feeling is part of your essential nature and not something that can ever be truly impacted by how much or how little you have, the game of money becomes considerably easier to play.