Poverty is an illusion. Live by spirit and experience bountiful supply.
So I tweeted that comment out on Twitter the other day and got called everything but a child of God. People were making vigorous arguments for the existence of poverty. And that’s certainly understandable if we go by surface appearances. But here’s another view…
Let’s suppose you’re in a dark room. Open the curtains in daytime and the sunlight will obliterate the darkness. Now of course the sunlight does not need to think about this, strategize, or make an effort in any way for this to happen. Why?
Because the darkness is not an entity in and of itself. It has no reality of its own. It is simply the absence of light; the absence of something real.
The darkness did not go anywhere. It didn’t really exist. Darkness is simply the lack of something (in this case light), and when that lack was filled, there was no longer lack.
We can say the same thing about all negation; all that is not light, love, health, and prosperity. They are each the absence of the real. In the face of the real, they disappear into the nothingness from which they came. Real things are eternal, illusions are temporal.
Carrying this forward, poverty is not real. It is simply the absence of prosperity, which is the natural and eternal state. It seems to be real, because we have moved away from divine order. But your natural state is one of prosperity: health, happiness and wealth.
So are you ready to give up the illusion and step into your true reality?