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There is a lie that acts like a virus within the mind of humanity. And that lie is, ‘There’s not enough good to go around. There’s lack and there’s limitation and there’s just not enough.’

The truth is that there’s more than enough good to go around. There is more than enough creative ideas. There is more than enough power. There is more than enough love. There’s more than enough joy. All of this begins to come through a mind that is aware of its own infinite nature.

There is enough for everyone. If you believe it, if you can see it, if you act from it, it will show up for you. That’s the truth.”
~Michael Beckwit

13 thoughts on “There Is More Than Enough Good To Go Around

  1. Glad you’re keeping a level head! I went to buy TP and even with the limit of 2 packs per person, many are doing without. I took 1 and gave 1 to another lady who was dismayed to be one who might have gone without.

    The issue with the food supply is the distribution system is having a hard time keeping up with the demand.

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    1. People don’t understand that the more the purchase the higher the demand on getting more food in. I really do feel for the elderly and the vulnerable like myself who have to wait for quiet times to shop. But by that time the stores are emptied out.

      You did the right thing in sharing. Very few people will be doing the same.

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      1. I understand your predicament, I too have underlying health issues! I think we need to stay true to our higher selves during this time. There’s many people who are still choosing to live according to their principles and not their fears!

        Governments are reaching out to media influencers to ask for their help to let their followers know that hoarding hurts the weakest and most vulnerable, and to help to calm people’s fears.

        We’re going to get through this!

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      2. Yes! I am confident in it. I told my husband the same, we will get through this. But we will never be the same, each generation go through life changing events. I think we’ve gone through many in our lifetimes though compared to our grandparents before us did.

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  2. So true! Do we personally operate from an inner feeling of lack, where we feel we’re not smart enough, strong enough, creative enough? Or do we recognize we have an abundance of all those things and just need to become open to receiving?

    I used to operate from an inner belief of lack, in myself and in my life, that I was totally overlooking my strengths, gifts and what I do have in my life! Flipping the inner switch in my mind made all the difference. I mindfully needed to teach myself these things, because it certainly didn’t come naturally!

    We can all do this!

    Peace, Tamara

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    1. Yes most people do operate from an inner feeling of lack. It’s more evident now in the outbreak. I know someone who stocked piled everything a few weeks ago, including perishable items, now with not enough people in the household to go through it all food items are being to go bad.

      Like you I have operated from the inner belief of lack and must admit it takes a lot of will to not fall back on the belief. My greatest belief was that I was never good enough, smart enough or strong enough. But when I look at back on my life, it has proved me wrong! I’m still facing challenges, however, I’ve learn to accept the things I cannot change and change the things I can. Myself being one of those changes 🙂

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      1. Wow! So true! We know change is possible because we’ve seen it in ourselves. Our jobs now are to encourage others to make the changes in themselves which they may not currently feel possible, but with emotional support they too will be able to make those changes.

        As the world faces unprecedented upheavals, we need to hold steady, stay the course and keep our faith by encouraging each other!

        We can do this even if it feels the opposite! Everyone’s lessons and missions are being laid bare. Those who stockpile excessively have lessons to learn, while I see others going above and beyond as they live their missions.

        Fear has caused many people to live their more negative inner worlds. Love is stronger and can help others through these times.

        I encourage those who have excessively stockpiled to perhaps share some of their bounty with others around them who are in need!

        I work in the food manufacturing business, and trust me when I say that everyone who works in this business is dedicated to keeping the stores stocked!

        We’ll get through this. Life will continue. How we do so depends on each of us, and we need to keep sharing messages of hope and recovery!!

        *smile!* I’ve gone on at length here, but it isn’t to lecture you or any of your followers, but to try to share a message of hope!!

        Together we’ll do this!!

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      2. Wow!! You are so on point. I bet working in the food manufacturing business you are seeing first hand the supply and demand the industry is under right now during the Pandemic.

        Unfortunately, many of them stockpiling will not be sharing their spoils. I went into the foodstore a few days ago here in Scotland and there was nearly a fight for toilet paper when the Cashier told a customer there was a limit of two packs per person.

        I’m not stockpiling for two reasons, one, I can’t afford it and two I’m more considerate to the needs of others. If I stockpiled then what is left for others?

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