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Experience

By Anjez

A short while ago, there were some examples of clear and beautiful life response and also in the experiences of the friend I was staying with ...she told me some time ago she was needing a job, even sort of desperately needing, but she also wanted to buy a laptop because she needed a laptop anyway for her "own" work although she in fact did not really have the money. She had to borrow the money. Of course she had been considering that she first could wait for the job but then somehow she decided to buy the laptop anyway with borrowed money and then I guess this was the "life response"..., a job came her way just immediately after she had bought the laptop and with the salary earned already she had been able to pay back the laptop lo!

Some people seem to be just more open for "life response" than others. This is somehow interesting because it is about the 'cause' I may have some insight in and somehow, as I see it, if someone is hanging on to the socalled "wrong cause", life responds but stays away and out of reach.


Comments

She wanted a laptop intensely. She also wanted a job genuinely so she could work and pay for it. Here attitude was expansive and trusting in life, rather than shrinking and feeling she may not be able to pay for her purchase later. But it was also responsible, genuine. She was not one who wanted the laptop and not the job, or did not really care whether she paid her bills. She wanted both intensely. They are positive and harmonious and mutually consistent impulses. The commitment to buy the laptop increased her aspiration and commitment (intensity of urge) about getting the job. Therefore doing making the purchase brought the job.

Summary: she was positive, expansive, trusting, responsible and determined.



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