Essentially, God tells us in Conversations with God that most of us do not understand what abundance really is. We confuse it with money. Yet when we take stock of that in which we truly are abundant, and choose to share it freely with everyone whose life we touch, we find that what we thought was abundance--money--comes to us freely.
Even this chain of events, however, many of us cannot accept. For when we think of money, we imagine that it is an experience and an energy that stands outside of the reality of God. Yet there is nothing in the universe that stands outside of the reality of God, that is not a part of God. Once we understand that money is a part of what God is, our attitude about money changes. We see it as an extension of the glory of God, not the root of all evil. This can produce astonishing results.
Just what is abundance? Is it lots of money, lots of stuff that money can buy? That's what many people believe. And many work at jobs they dislike, just to support that belief. Neale Donald Walsch gives us the simple key to understanding the true nature of abundance, and a practical easy-to-understand philosophy for applying that knowledge to our daily lives.
Neale Donald Walsch on Abundance and Right Livelihood is an inspirational, and sometimes humorous, exploration of the real meaning of money and prosperity--and of the secret to finding happiness with "right livelihood"--all of which leads to creating the true abundance we all desire.
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|Size: ||2.2 MB|
|Publisher: ||Hampton Roads Publishing|
|Date published: || 1999|
|ISBN: ||9781612830650 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|