Hanukah, the Jewish festival of lights, is an annual reminder of abundance.
In the early winter, families and friends gather around a menorah each night to light candles and chant blessings to commemorate the small miracles.
Rabbi Jonathan Feldman explains, “We celebrate light, the nonmaterial… Abundance comes from above. The Hanukah miracle is an example of abundance mindset.
“Living with a sense of plenty makes us more rich, materially and spiritually.”
Stephen Covey made the abundance mindset more popular in his book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.
When you believe there’s enough in the world for everyone, you’re more likely to pursue your desires, take risks, and become a source of material (and internal) well-being, yourself.
Those who lack the abundance mindset doom themselves to remain in their burdensome work and life situations.
They sit in pig sties and keep telling themselves it doesn’t smell.
Others of us choose to take control and move forward.
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