“We are dealing with a creative Power that acts upon our thinking…It operates upon us like all other forces of nature. With this in mind, we have every right to expect all that is desirable.
“The creative Power is always reacting to us as we act in It. It is always creating in our bodies and in our affairs. Consequently, we should all learn to live in a state of joyous and enthusiastic expectancy… Nothing is too good to be true. Nothing is too much to ask of that Power that can do anything.”
– “365 Science of Mind: A Year of Daily Wisdom from Ernest Holmes,” March 18
“Knowing the impossibility of lack and limitation, I now declare the Spirit within abundant and prosperous.
“This life gives back to me everything I give of myself.”
– “Science of Mind Magazine,” March 18, 2022
When I was growing up, if I was excited about some situation or some opportunity that seemed absolutely perfect and fabulous, I was often told “it must be too good to be true.” What a depressing way to look at life and the world!
We have a Power that can accomplish anything! Coming into the New Thought movement, I was delighted to hear “Nothing is too good to be true.”
I feel uplifted knowing there is a creative Power that can accomplish anything. But what It accomplishes is dependent on my mindset as It reacts to my thoughts and beliefs. Cause and effect. If I want more love, fun, money, or anything else in my life, I must believe it is possible. Expect it, welcome it, feel enthusiasm for it because that adds more power to it coming into being.
But I think the final key is that what I put into life is what will be given back to me.
If I want more love, I must be more loving. If I want to have more abundance in my life, I must be more generous in giving to others my time, talents, and treasure. As I sow, so shall I reap. As I sow, I joyously expect that which is to come.
In my rich and blessed life, with joyous expectancy I generously share what I possess, and that which I desire is returned unto me. Thank You, Creative Power!
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