Don't Think Lack!

Everett, Margaret Peale
September 2009
Guideposts;Sep2009, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p34
The article offers suggestions given by the author's father on prosperous living. It mentions that the world is full of goodness and prosperity, but the only way to realize prosperity is by giving. It suggests that thrift and frugality should be practised as they are matters of good stewardship. It advices on replacing lack thoughts with prosperity thoughts, and focusing on the good things in life.


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