Fear seems like a disease. A disease that has caught up with almost everyone. Nigerians are hustlers. We hustle at the airports, schools, religious places and in the womb. The mantra many seem to believe is that you only get what you hustle for. Partially true.
A junior friend of mine discussed some of her fears with me as regards an uncertain financial future. Fearing the future is normal. Dealing with that fear is the trick.
The future comes one day at a time. You probably heard this before: Today is the Tomorrow of Yesterday. So it day by day.
There is enough for everyone in the Universe. There is more than enough to go round. Faith is expressed through belief in uncertainty. It is not by worrying and fretting. More than half of your worries never come to pass anyway.
Fear and Abundance
Live with the Principle of Abundance. Understand the power of attraction and the potency of thoughts. “As you think is what you are”. It is really is simple.
Plot and craft the future. Hedge your bets in the design but do not worry too much. Tomorrow will come and pass. So will your fears.
Think abundance, think sufficiency. It negates greed and promotes better living. Slow down. Life is to be enjoyed, and not to be endured. But to get that abundance, you must do away with fear and think outside the box at all times.
A good life is one operating from “there is enough, you will get yours”.
The book “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho did teach some wisdom. I recommend anyone interested in appreciating the natural balance of the universe should read this book. Try and get a copy of it in either (The Alchemist) Amazon.com or (The Alchemist) Amazon.co.uk.