“It is only in your thriving that you have anything to offer anyone.” (Ask and It Is Given Cards by Esther and Jerry Hicks)

Dig deep and take an inventory on how wealthy you really are!

Appreciate your sharp mind! Do you have creative ideas for writing books, songs, or plays? Are you a great problem solver who can find solutions where no one else is looking? Do you have a skill for organizing projects and events? Can you put everything together timely and coordinated?

All of these are important and valuable assets! Look around your community and internet groups to see how you can share, volunteer, and even get paid for what comes so naturally to you!

Count your humor! If you’re the one telling jokes and lifting spirits, there’s a place for you. Too many jobs are way too serious. Too many everyday routines are way too boring. Wherever you can bring a smile and a chuckle, your presence is golden. Your lightheartedness is priceless.

Exercise your muscle! Are you young enough and strong enough to mow lawns, rake leaves, and weed gardens? Lucky you! There are many people who would love to meet you, and maybe even hire you. Can you walk the dog, shovel the sidewalk, and bring in the mail in bad weather for the elderly or sick in your neighborhood? You will have friends for life!

Share your time! Could you pick up groceries for someone on the way home? Could you make a stop at the post office on the way to work? Is there something you could do in exchange for something you need? Do you have a few minutes a week to call and listen to someone who needs to talk? If the list is endless, you’re just beginning to understand how valuable you are!

Become aware of how blest you really are. Your abundance and prosperity is all around you! You have heaps of assets and tons of fortunes that you may not be counting.

You don’t have to be the volunteer of the year, or the top donor to the fundraiser, to make a contribution that makes a difference.

“If you want to be of help to others, be as tapped in, tuned in, and turned on as you can possibly be.” (Ask and It Is Given Cards by Esther and Jerry Hicks)

Tap into what you’ve got to offer, tune into what is needed and where, turn on your best thoughts and feelings! You can only thrive – and lead the way for others to follow.

Does this sound like something you can do? Do you have a new or affirmed sense of personal worth? Do you see yourself as “wealthier” than you first imagined? Please drop a line in the response box below (or click on the comment link in Facebook) and share your thoughts with us.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

Janice M. Puta
Author of Pathways: Tales for the Spiritual Seeker
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