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Give thanks for the things you have and for those you do not have
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02-23-2012 12:47 AM

 



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Give thanks for the things you have and for those you do not have
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"Think each day of thanking heaven, until you feel that everything that happens to you is for your good. From now on, say 'Thank you, Lord, thank you, Lord...' Give thanks for the things you have and for those you do not have, for the things that delight you and for those that make you suffer. In this way you will keep the flame alive within you. It is a law you should be familiar with: nothing can resist gratitude.

You will say, 'But how can anyone give thanks when they are unhappy, ill or poverty-stricken? I'll never be able to!' Yes, you can, and this is the greatest secret: even when you are unhappy, try to find a reason to give thanks. If you are poor or ill, give thanks, give thanks, and rejoice when you see others who are rich, in good health and prosperous, and you'll see... It won't be long before certain doors open and blessings begin to be showered upon you."

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
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