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Energy can be neither created nor destroyed. It can only be changed from one vibrational form to another. For example, electricity becomes heat in the filament of a lamp, which in turn radiates light, so electricity is light. But the quantity of energy remains constant. A glass of water may be turned into either ice or steam, but in the end one glass of water, not two, remains.
Our consciousness attracts and perpetuates that which we believe. A belief system based in poverty ‘knows’ the futility of attempting to rise above its own hunger, remaining petty and mean. A belief in universal abundance ‘knows’ riches beyond mortal comprehension. A single ear of corn contains enough kernels to plant an entire field. They, who have ears, let them hear.
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