Gratitude, and the Memory Game
By Ntomboxolo Makhutshi
from Cape Town
I don't know how many of us even bother to take some time and play the Memory Game, but I do once in a while, especially when things are not going my way. And it's true, "it gives you exactly what you are feeling now." One of the numbers that I usually get is 48 or 44. I know exactly at the end of the month what's in store for me. The Memory Game reminds me of how much gratitude there is out there, and it's all just up to me to say, "THANK YOU, I RECEIVE YOU, AND I BELIEVE YOU ARE MINE." I am scared of the power that is within me to attract all that is mine, yet I always remember to say "Thank you." I love the Memory Game, I must say, and I recommend it to everyone.
I now have a home, and I am constantly working, and I am volunteering at Polsmoor in Cape Town - a prison. The one thing that I have and own from The Secret is the skill of being a good teacher and preacher. Every time I teach I always say that everything starts with "ME" first.
Every day I am grateful for the life that I have and all small things that I own. Most of my wishes have come true, and I have not seen them as in the future but as now - and I have them all.
I am so deeply grateful that I am an owner of The Secret and that I live the Secret. One big wish that I received is the gift of "LIFE" - what a wonderful thing it is just to be alive and being human.
Rhonda and Team I am grateful for you connecting "A MILLION LITTLE PIECES" in me together. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, and I have stopped asking, "HOW?". Anything is possible if you believe.
About Ntomboxolo Makhutshi from Cape Town:
Full time freelance actor and part time teacher.