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On this page I will show questions I have been asked concerning living an abundant life.

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Q Are you out of your mind? Do you honestly believe that the only way to have a successful and fulfilling life is to be rich?    Sharina

A No, definitely not out of my mind! I am a sane, questioning, seeking individual who has the desire to help others achieve what I have achieved in my 70 plus years on this planet. Indeed, at present one of the fields I am working in is to help women whom you would consider the dregs of society; women just out of prison, women who work the streets, single mothers who are struggling to make ends meet while they do their best to support a family on next to nothing. In fact, there is not one of those I have helped who has not gone on to a comfortable, productive life, to become a contributing member of society, and who is not on the way to becoming very rich on the creative plane.

Q Do you honestly believe that the only way to have a successful and fulfilling life is to be rich?    Sharina

A Whatever may be said in praise of poverty, the fact remains that it is not possible to live a really complete or successful life unless one is rich. No one can rise to their greatest possible height in talent or soul development unless they have plenty of money, for to unfold the soul and to develop talent they must have many things to use, and they cannot have these things unless they have money to buy them with.

A person develops in mind, soul, and body by making use of things, and society is so organized that you must have money in order to become the possessor of things. Therefore, the basis of all advancement for all must be the science of getting rich.

The object of all life is development, and everything that lives has an inalienable right to all the development it is capable of attaining.

The person who owns all they want for the living of all the life they are capable of living is rich, and no one who has not plenty of money can have all they want. Life has advanced so far, and become so complex, that even the most ordinary man or woman requires a great amount of wealth in order to live in a manner that even approaches completeness. Every person naturally wants to become all that they are capable of becoming. This desire to realize innate possibilities is inherent in human nature. We cannot help wanting to be all that we can be. Success in life is becoming what you want to be. You can become what you want to be only by making use of things, and you can have the free use of things only as you become rich enough to buy them.

Q Do you think that everyone on the planet has the potential to have lots of money?    Sharina

A Absolutely!

There is a Science of getting rich, and it is an exact science, like algebra or arithmetic. There are certain laws which govern the process of acquiring riches. Once these laws are learned and obeyed by any one, they will get rich with mathematical certainty.

The ownership of money and property comes as a result of doing things in a certain way. Those who do things in this Certain Way, whether on purpose or accidentally, get rich, while those who do not do things in this Certain Way, no matter how hard they work or how able they are, remain poor.

Some degree of ability to think and understand is, of course, essential, but in so far as natural ability is concerned, any man or woman who has sense enough to read and understand these words can certainly get rich.

Q Do you have absolutely no understanding of the biological limits of the planet?    Sharina

A Indeed, I do! However, having said that, let me expand a bit. No one is kept in poverty by a shortness in the supply of riches. There is more than enough for all. A palace as large as the capitol at Washington might be built for every family on earth from the building material in the United States of America alone, and under intensive cultivation, this country could produce wool, cotton, linen, and silk enough to clothe each person in the world finer than Solomon was arrayed in all his glory, together with food enough to feed them all luxuriously.

The visible supply is practically inexhaustible, and the invisible supply really IS inexhaustible.

Everything you see on earth is made from one original substance, out of which all things proceed.

New forms are constantly being made and older ones are dissolving, but all are shapes assumed by One Thing.

There is no limit to the supply of Formless Stuff, or Original Substance. The universe is made out of it. But it was not all used in making the universe. The spaces in, through, and between the forms of the visible universe are permeated and filled with the Original Substance, with the formless Stuff, with the raw material of all things. Ten thousand times as much as has been made might still be made, and even then we should not have exhausted the supply of universal raw material.

No one, therefore, is poor because nature is poor, or because there is not enough to go around.

Q Don't you think it's totally unethical to promote certain privileged people getting rich at the expense of others who struggle to meet their basic needs for survival?    Sharina

A Absolutely!

It is, indeed, to use your words, totally unethical. I would not, in any way support such a concept.

You must get rid of the last vestige of the old idea that there is a Deity whose will it is that you should be poor, or whose purposes may be served by keeping you in poverty.

It is the desire of God that you should get rich. God wants you to get rich because God can express himself better through you if you have plenty of things to use in giving him expression. God can live more in you if you have unlimited command of the means of life.

Riches secured on the competitive plane are never satisfactory and permanent. They are yours today, and another's tomorrow. Remember, if you are to become rich in a scientific and certain way, you must rise entirely out of the competitive thought. You must never think for a moment that the supply is limited.

This is a difficult point with most people. They retain something of the old idea that poverty and self-sacrifice are pleasing to God. They look upon poverty as a part of the plan, a necessity of nature. They have the idea that God has finished His work, and made all that He can make, and that the majority of people must stay poor because there is not enough to go around. They hold to so much of this erroneous thought that they feel ashamed to ask for wealth! They try not to want more than a very modest competence, just enough to make them fairly comfortable.