I'm connected to a lot of people crying out for help. They tell me they or their loved ones are hurting. I've pretended to be immune. Remote.

I'm connected now to breakdowns in my business. Laurel's departure. Eric and Jason bailing out, leaving us alone at the altar. Max saying hell no! Not so remote.

We are all connected. 

Our ability to communicate with one another is all I know. To reach out is my power. I'm reaching. I'm hoping to connect. 

I'm working to stay connected inward as well. There's the golden key. Communicating with me so that connecting to others is second. My knowing me is my real power. 

I am enough! So are you!! 

We've built wealth- not measured by dollars alone- by overcoming challenges. We've amassed a fortune of courage and good will and togetherness of spirit. My family/my community - is stronger than ever. Closer too. 

That's prosperity. That's connectedness. WE KNOW FAITH WINS. 

Events come and go. Happenstance.

The feelings we share are more permanent. We believe in SHARED GOODNESS! Alan Cohen first uttered that term that's the seed of each soul. That 2-word prayer. Shared Goodness. 

We have overcome.

Our connectedness is the root of our motivation to know better events will happen. Let it blossom…

I am refreshed by our spirit. I thank you.

And I know that breakdowns inevitably lead to breakthroughs. For all of us. The more faith-keeping we are the faster the breakthrough appears. Allow it in. I am open and receptive to all that is good and abundant in the Universe and I thank you life. ( Louise Hay ) 

I Trust (my) Life. Because we are all connected 

Jordan Greenberg

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