Sunday, May 28, 2017

Choosing How I Look at Things

I am grateful to choose how I look at things.

Everyone I know is grateful to choose how they look at things.

Everyone I don’t even know, all over the planet, is grateful to choose how they look at things.


Because I choose to look at how I can serve, I am given opportunities to uplift others.

Because I look at how to expand my service, I am given opportunities for farther outreach.

Viewing life this way can cause us to look outward instead of inward.

By leaping over the crushing media influence of self-service, and by including everyone in our desire to live well, we can create a different kind of life design.

Thought moves in different patterns when it breaks the bounds of self-service.

Of course, we want everyone to live well.

When we interpret our resources differently, there is enough for all.

Focusing on our outward goal lets us receive the ideas which support it.

It is so very important to listen for the expansive ideas instead of getting caught up in the crushing lies around us.

We have every resource imaginable if we don’t talk ourselves out of it.

There is a desire to communicate and to uplift.

We are seeing this in meetings of world leaders.

We are seeing a consensus of right ways to go about a more expansive and caring view.

The contrast only highlights the upward goal more clearly.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

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