Take a little time to rest and count your blessings. You’re not lacking as much as you think you are. A knight needs to make assessments about what’s not important and what’s really worth fighting for. Some things are better to let go of to move forward. While other things need your attention to keep or maintain.
“Things” come and go and you must value what’s really important in your life. Do you care more about keeping up with the neighbors than family or friends? The number in your bank account won’t hold you or care for you in times of need. So be careful what you ignore in search of that mighty dollar.
While having financial security is beneficial to everyone, constant fighting with the ones you love will destroy security of the heart. Everyone can get stressed out, but blaming others for hardship instead of taking responsibility for your own actions won’t solve your problems.
You can take 10 or 30 seconds to hold a child who wants your attention. You can take 15 seconds to answer the phone from your partner or friend and let them know you love them, but don’t have time to talk. Even the tiniest of actions can go a long way to bringing positive energy into your life.
It’s up to you to attract the kind of abundance you desire. And it can take only a moment and a tiny little effort to do it.
I was reading the year’s motto and decided it needed a little tweaking!
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