Law of Attraction: My God, my postman


Letters, texts, emails… so much unwanted correspondence that one can do without. You receive a letter from the bank that you’re behind with loan installments. Reason? You borrowed above your capacity to pay back. Result? You’re stressed.
But then credit card companies lure you through higher credit limits. Reason? You are too weak against materialistic temptation. Result? You get on the hamster’s wheel of exhaustion.
Brochures invade the letterbox with all non-productive offers- lawn mower when you don’t even have a lawn to mow, best houses on sale listed by estate agents, when you’re struggling to pay the current mortgage, etc., etc. Reason? You are addicted to consumerism.  Result? You are frustrated.
You receive emojis in the name of communication from a loved one. Reason? Everyone is busy chasing their own tail and have no time for anyone else. Result? Breakdown of relationships.
There’s a reason why mail is also called junk. Result? We feel angry at most correspondence which constantly reminds us about what we lack; there’s mostly a lack of satisfaction, like when we eat a lot of something we don’t actually find tasty, and consequently, still feel hungry mentally, even though the stomach might be full. We blame the food or we blame the chef. Just like when we get frustrating correspondence we blame ‘luck’, or God mostly, for being partial to others. But the real reason for our unhappiness is ourselves: through the choices we make in life. Live within the means is not only a healthy discipline in life but also teaches us to find true happiness, which is not in buying more and bigger by taking out loans, or obsessively connecting with the faceless world on social media with no time left to speak to the loved ones properly, except to choose a pre-generated e-card and one thumb sends the generic wishes to all the friends and family at once. Real fulfillment is in organic happiness, which generates from the heart. When you have no debt, there is no stress. When you tame your choice, you get your priorities right. If you’ve taken a wrong turn, accept responsibility, and you’ll soon figure out the right way. Don’t blame the postman for the correspondence he’s dropping through your mailbox, as ‘you’ are attracting your own thoughts. Delete the unwanted messages in your mind, shred the non-productive letters your impulses keep writing, and make space for the new messages bearing good news. Tweak your thoughts, and change your life. This is true prayer, true worship. May God send happy correspondence to you this Christmas and beyond. Amen.

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17 thoughts on “Law of Attraction: My God, my postman

      1. SPERO CON POCHI DISAGI PER GLI ADULTI, UNA GIOIA PER I PICCOLI.
        GRAZIE DEL PENSIERO, LA NEVE E GIA ANDATA VIA.
        I HOPE WITH LITTLE INCONVENIENCE FOR ADULTS, A JOY FOR THE CHILDREN.
        THANKS FOR THE THOUGHT, THE SNOW HAS ALREADY GONE.

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    1. Your belief should be a source of strength for you, whatever that might be. There’s no wrong or right answer, so long it resonates with you. My idea of spiritual power is more intangible, rather than a character from a story. Everyone to their own. Nevertheless, thank you for taking the time to comment. Peace be with you. 🙏

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