“… if you have the ability to imagine it, or even to think about it, this Universe has the ability and the resources to deliver it unto you…”
I copied this quote from one of Abraham-Hicks’ books in one of my notebooks.
Re-reading it now, I find myself thinking again about what I wrote yesterday. And the more I think about it, the more I believe “…that starting with all the news channels, Congress and the White House, we should spend one day (to start with) speaking only of what is good in the world. We should look for things to appreciate and write lists of all the positive things that we can think of…” Such a day would measurably reduce the pollution on our consciousness; it would lessen the negativity footprint on the environment.
Can you imagine how the bipartisan example of everyone being nice to each other, and only having good things to say about the President and everyone else would trickle down the steps of Capitol and spread to the rest of the Country and beyond? Can you imagine turning on the television, to find that all the news channel are reporting uplifting stories from around the world. Instead of reporting from the field wearing bulletproof vests, the likes of Anderson Cooper, Christane Amanpour, Geraldo Rivera and others would wear cheerful, flowery organic tops. With no reporting such as the latest flu strain on the “market,” the rate of psychosomatic symptoms would dramatically drop and people’s natural immunity would be restored.
Correspondents would be dispatched far and wide to find inspirational stories like, how a young child’s dream of friendship with the children of his/her parents’ enemy came true. The Peace Prize For Reporting would be awarded to the network that reports the most good news stories in the allotted time. I can imagine how before long, people all over the Country would be tripping over themselves to talk appreciatively about anything and everything. Before you knew it country after country would follow suit.
And do you know? It could very well be that without firing a bullet, without even a cross word, there might be Peace in the world.
What do you think of this idea?
I am thinking about it, I am imagining it, I am scripting about it, and I am putting it out there.
Who knows who will read this, who knows what they’ll make of it, who knows that one day we mightn’t wake up to a smiling world?
Let me close with today’s quote from Abraham-Hicks:
“You don’t have to take the bad with the good. Why include the bad in the
vibration? Only include the good in the vibration, and then only the good
can come to you.”