Something taken, Something given
When my husband passed away in 2007 I thought my life was over. He was my best friend and meant everything to me. We didn’t have much but we had each other and that’s all that mattered to me. We had an old fixer upper car and rented an old apartment that my hubby kept up for us. When he passed away I couldn’t afford the repairs on the car and the old apartment needed more care than I alone could give it.
The first year was awful, all I did was cry, I tried to stay positive and believe that things would get better but it was so hard. Then a co-worker gave me a copy of The Secret and my life changed almost immediately. I still had my job but I had no car so I started envisioning a new car in my yard. I’d look out the window and see it there all shiny and new and then one day I had a friend drive me to the Ford dealer, with no credit, but with the absolute knowledge I was going home with a new car and I did. I left with a 2009 Fusion.
Next I saw myself in my own home. I would come home from work and look around and say…”I am so thankful for this beautiful home” and I would truly feel it in my heart. I started looking for a new place to live and it seemed like nothing was meant for me. I heard about this small house someone had bought and was fixing up and going to rent out to own. So I went to see this person and they said they would get back to me. I kept going out to look at places but nothing fit what I needed. I knew I was going to get that other house, and I said thank you for this new house” every day and I ended up getting the house.
The power of positive belief is amazing. I believed and I follow the daily teachings of The Secret. I stay positive and I keep joy in my heart and pass it forward. I can’t wait to see The Secret movie and read The Magic. I have read The Power and together they have changed my life….I lost something dear in 2007 but was given something else in it’s place, The Secret, and I know when it’s time, I will have true love again. Thank you Rhonda for giving me hope.