My happiness grows in direct proportion to my acceptance, and in inverse proportion to my expectations. Michael J. Fox

My son has the ability to disrupt the orderliness of a room almost instantly. He has a creative energy that leaves a wake of colorful toys—hot wheels and their accompanying tracks, books, and marbles—in esthetic disarray in the blink of an eye. I can hardly fathom there’s that much potential waiting for placement even possible. Seemingly, out of nowhere, an abundance of stuff is strewn on the floor like a minefield that awaits my bare feet as he calls me in to join him in his play.

You might put a limitation on everything in your world while others bask in an understanding of the God Consciousness with no limits in any field of their endeavor. You can create from what might appear to be nothing by enjoying what you have to play with. Somehow from somewhere, another piece materializes from almost nowhere and then another and before long you are sitting in the midst of God’s colorful abundance that brings you multiplying joy. It’s only natural you’d look for a playmate to enjoy your expanding good fortune.

Spiritual Contemplation: Where are you multiplying your joy and where are you multiplying your fears? Do you realize you are using the same neutral energy for both actions?

Affirmation: My abundant good seems to appear out of nowhere!