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bf2 wrote:If you believe in LOA, I mean genuinely, really believe it, then you should never ever try to make the world a better place.
What people experience is a combination of their destiny and what they have focused their mind on. Let them experience that. Who are you to mess with the way the Universe works? How do you know what's really good for them? Can you see anything beyond the obvious? You should concern yourself with what you create. You barely understand what's good for you - so stop trying to appear clever / kind / great / etc, and mind your own business.
If it's someone's destiny to find LOA and apply it successfully in their lives, they will do it and they won't need you. If it's meant to happen, then it will happen, it won't wait for you.
Webwanderer wrote:Interesting take. But isn't this what you are doing in this post? Concerning yourself with what others do? Quite the paradox, wouldn't you say?
bf2 wrote:Webwanderer wrote:Interesting take. But isn't this what you are doing in this post? Concerning yourself with what others do? Quite the paradox, wouldn't you say?
Actually my post here reinforces the point more than it contradicts it. In my rational mind I know that I should mind my own business and let the rest of the universe go wherever it wants to go. But my need for appearing clever in front of others trumps that.
SandyJoy wrote:Personally, I think the Law of Attraction is a lot simpler than that. I think it is more about attitude than getting things our way.
If you have a found your deep and pure heart, you will find yourself living in a very deep and magically beautiful life; everything reflecting your own Inner Light.
That's how I see the Law of Attraction works. Life does reflect our 'state of mind'. Life is the mirror of the Self.
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