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I've come across this concept in several books, and I'm convinced it's the difference between a miserable existence and a fulfilled one. Not only that, I've seen enough evidence that people who have abundance thinking accomplish more and are materially (and of course spiritually) better off than those who are stuck in scarcity thinking. (Actually, I've seen plenty of this evidence on these boards!)

And I think abundance thinking must stem from a true feeling of gratitude, that because we're thankful for what we have (we want what we have, not have what we want) even more to be thankful for flows our way.

Or am I just babbling? :-)

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