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    What true success is

    Many think success means
    getting everything I want.

    And we say, that's what dead is,
    and there is no such thing as that kind of dead.

    Success is not being done; not being complete.
    Success is still dreaming
    and feeling positive in the unfolding.


    ---Abraham

    Excerpted from: Sacramento, CA on March 15, 2003

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    "My success is measured by my Joy."

    ~ Abraham

    This quote was printed on a tape measure that Abraham-Hicks gave as a gift on one of our cruises. What a great way to remember it!

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    Wonderful! , including the extra-information!


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    Thank you sweet butterfly!


    There are NO MISTAKES,
    there are just opportunities
    for greater, and greater, and greater CLARITY, you see.

    Asheville, 21.11.2015

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    So 95% of humanity wishes they were dead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey View Post
    So 95% of humanity wishes they were dead?
    What 95% of humanity wishes is important to you how...?

    After all, almost all the world doesn't know about vibration. And almost all the world still focuses on the action journey rather than use the leverage of the vibrational journey first. Almost all the world leads a conditional life whereas you know how about an unconditional life.

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    “True success is not the attainment of things, or the achievement of tasks, or the achievement of financial abundance. True success is the coming into alignment with You. Yes, selfishly aligning your desires, your clarity, your confidence, your knowledge, your love--with Yourself!”
    --Abraham

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    Thank you so much!!



    The standard of success in life isn't the things.
    It isn't the money or the stuff.
    It is absolutely the amount of joy that you feel.



    -Abraham

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    Quote Originally Posted by WellBeing View Post
    “True success is not the attainment of things, or the achievement of tasks, or the achievement of financial abundance. True success is the coming into alignment with You. Yes, selfishly aligning your desires, your clarity, your confidence, your knowledge, your love--with Yourself!”
    --Abraham

    Let me tell that again.

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    I loved reading this again in MLoA:

    "Jerry: Many years ago I owned a motel near El Paso, Texas, and H. L. Hunt, who at that time was one of the wealthiest men in the United States (one of the multibillionaires), called me. He had purchased Ojo Caliente, a small resort on the Rio Grande that was financially failing, and he had heard that I might have some useful information to help him turn it around. As we were visiting in my little coffee shop, I had a difficult time focusing on our conversation because I just couldn’t understand why a man that wealthy would still be discontent and looking for a way of making more money. I wondered why he didn’t just sell the place—at whatever price—and go on about his life enjoying the money he had already accumulated.

    I have another friend who’s in the multibillionaire class. We were in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, walking on the beach, and he was talking about some business problems he was having, and it really struck me that that man—so wealthy—would have any kind of troubles. But what I’ve learned from you, Abraham (and I’ve learned a lot from you), is that our true success in life is not about how much money we have or about the having of things. Right?"

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