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“For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance; but from him that hath not, shall be taken away even that which he hath” This is a law. This was, is, and is going to be the law of abundance. Binding and enforcing.

It’s pretty much the same as the “you’ve got to have money to make money” thing.

Now look into yourself, your very self. You’ll surprisingly find that this law has been living inside you, in and out through your skin pores. Look at what you have, what you always risk in order to obtain more, look at how you’re given more of it. And look at what you don’t have, what you’re so afraid of losing because you’re so aware of the minimal amount of drops you can contain in your plastic cup, or for that matter of scarcity, nothing but the palms of your hands. Look at how it’s all taken away from you, you’re allowed to have it for a short time, only to see it vapor in no time.

Some people, they’re just born into a situation of abundance, and as they grow up they’re given more of more abundance because at times of testing, they’re not afraid of risking what they have, as many that have been living in abundance outrank those who haven’t. Some others – born into scarcity – they’ve got used to living in wanting and lacking, hold everything dearly for the fear of risking blinds them from seeing, understanding, and obeying the law. They sit, stand, mate, sleep, eat in their homes only to watch the roof’s being taken away, then the door, the windows, and the walls.


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