Abundance And The Art Of Giving Plr Ebook

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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1:
What Is Abundance
Chapter 2:
Passions Place In Abundance
Chapter 3:
Direction Is Required For Abundance
Chapter 4:
The Importance Of Giving
Chapter 5:
Karma and Abundance-What Is It?
Chapter 6:
The Art Of Giving
Chapter 7:
The Rules Of Giving For Abundance
Chapter 8:
What You Give Yourself When You Give To Others
Chapter 9:
I have Nothing To Give
Chapter 10:
Pay It Forward

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Passion is the fire that drives us. What do you care about? What makes you incensed enough to alter yourself and/or the cosmos? What would you do spontaneously – even if you weren’t being paid for it? If passion isn’t consciously present, symptoms are. If you’re in abundance, you don’t need to mask or refuse symptoms, but can work profoundly with them, hear them, and allow them to lead you to your core.

Passion Is A Big Part Of Abundance

According to a recent study, approximately 75% of the population doesn’t recognize what their true passion is. Distinctly, nearly everybody seems to not be doing what they were intended to do. This is an eye-opener as doing what we truly love is utterly necessary if we want to be amply happy. Maybe this is why there’s such sadness going on in our society; individuals just aren’t doing what they’re here on Earth for. Finding your rightful passion isn’t as easy as it might seem. For a few, yes it does come by nature, but most of the time, you have to inquire about some things to pinpoint precisely what you were born to do. Here are some inquiries that can guide you to discovering your ultimate passion:

What places a grin on your face?

Is there a certain event, a certain issue that makes your entire face just brighten? Whatever it is that causes you to smile, and makes you pleased whenever you ran into it, this is a sign of something you’re passionate about. I really believe that felicity and passion walk hand in hand. Both need one another. So following what makes you really pleased is a fantastic way to working out what you were put on Earth for. Consider something that you do or that maybe you used to do that bestows total peace to you when you do it. Serenity is happiness, and happiness is passion.

What comes to you easily?

Commonly, what we find simple for us to do will be akin to what we’re passionate about. It’s really hard to detest something that’s very simple for us! For instance, let’s say you’re by nature good at playing the piano, you’ll find the action simple, and this ease makes it much more amusing for you. Fun leads to happiness and happiness is synonymous with passion. So evaluate everything that you do, whatever it is that comes to you really easy and is fun, this might very well be your passion. And don’t believe that anything is out-of-bounds or silly. Some individuals have taken their passion for skateboarding, drawing, or collecting to full fledged careers. Think of this, you are able to make a career out of anything you’re passionate about.

What activates your creative thinking?

Among my passions growing up was ice hockey. I recall playing for hours, and always mustering up dissimilar plays, and dissimilar techniques to score goals. I was forever full of creativeness when playing hockey. Later in life, I formulated a like creativity in business. Consider something in your life where you appear to always expound, always mustering up new, fun, and energizing ideas relating to that matter. Whatever makes you originative, is likely something that you’re very passionate about.

What would you do free of charge?

In this world, we’re ruled by the all-powerful dollar. That’s the way the system acts, and that’s the game we have to play. The trouble is, this leads a lot of individuals to seek making money first, rather than what makes them happy. I’ve read innumerable stories about stock brokers and physicians for instance, leaving their high paying offices to follow what they truly love. There’s a reason for that. I sincerely believe that if you follow what you’re passionate about without considering if it will make you rich or not, you’ll wind up being successful. Executing what you have a passion for brings on your best, and this leads to grandness. Grandness breezes to success. Do you think that the most successful individuals in the cosmos got to where they are because they needed to get rich? Absolutely not, they did what they were so passionate about, and their huge success was just a by-product of their allegiance. So consider something that you’d just love to do, even if you weren’t getting paid. Consider something that you look forward to, something that you wish you could do always.

What makes you fearless?

When we do what we’re passionate about, we have total assurance in our abilities. This makes us not worry about bombing, as in our mind, how can we fail when we do what we love? Doing what you love is a success in and of itself, so failure is like an impossible action. Have in mind something that you just do or want to do, regardless what. Something that you don’t have reconsiderations about. Consider something that you feel you must do and that failure isn’t even a concern of yours, as the mere act of doing it is like the journey and the finish all rolled up in one. This may very well be your real passion.


We’re forever moving, whether it is ahead, backwards or in a circle. Most of us would, I think, want to be moving ahead – accomplishing something, getting fitter, stronger, wealthier, more skillful, and happier. All the same so many of us get stuck in a rut, reviewing the same ground like a mouse in a wheel.

You Must Have A Dream and Direction

Al things begin in the mind. The big cathedrals and mosques of the world, the pyramids, the contemporary world – cars, planes and starships – all the wonders of the ancient and the present time – they all began as thoughts, dreams. The thought of a flying machine would have been amazing to individuals a few hundred years ago – most individuals would have made fun of such a notion – but somebody dreamed about it and now planes are part of our every day life.

It’s a great calamity that so many of us let life mash our dreams. There was a time when we dreamed of big and fantastic things; learning to dream again is among our most crucial jobs as adults. If you have no dreams, you’ll be like that mouse in a wheel: there may be a lot of motion, but there’ll be no advancement.

We need to differentiate between desire and obsession. Desire – or dreaming – alone won’t get us anyplace; it’s a necessary requirement, to be sure, but we as well need to have a solid inner compulsion to make those dreams come true. If our dreams are a ship, then we need a skipper to get the ship moving and to keep it traveling. We need self-belief, passion and loyalty. Would the plane have been invented if Orville and Wilbur Wright hadn’t been impelled to see their dreams turn into fact?

Set backs and failures are inevitable, but surrender can’t be an option if you want to win. I don’t mean to hint that life should be a battle – in fact, I think just the opposite. The skipper of a ship isn’t straining to stay on course and the better the skipper, the more easily and naturally he appears able to direct the vessel. But without desire, we won’t have the energy to hold on, to keep advancing, even in the face of evident frustration. We’ll get lost in the desert, maybe lost in a rapture of dreams, and we’ll never see the land of milk and honey.

Action issues naturally from determination. If you’re determined to accomplish your goals, then you’ll act. But there’s a correct way to act and an improper way. Determination shouldn’t be compared to battle nor, indeed, to speed. Many small activities can accomplish great results – a journey materializes one step at a time, and a great tower is constructed one single brick on top of another. The ‘dripping tap’ soon extends to a filled bucket.

Without goals and without the determination to accomplish them, we’ll get nowhere. However finally, life is a mystery. We can’t know the future. So we need to be hospitable to the natural flow of matters and let life take us where it will, not brawling, not baulking. There’s an intelligence greater than you or I – call it providence, call it God, call it the Tao – and we should forever seek to be in agreement with it. Brawling against nature is fruitless; working with the natural grain of matters can bring capital success with little outlay of energy.

Enormous sailing vessels can go huge distances carried only by the wind, and wind up on unusual, unforeseen and yet fantastic new shores. Without a dream and a commitment to action, the ship would never have been built or set sail, but without an understanding of the innate course of nature, without setting forth at the right time and following the wind and the tides, the crew would work to get nowhere.

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