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Finite Versus Infinite

Posted By: Randy GageSeptember 24, 2012

The most limiting belief I encounter with people about prosperity is the belief that money is finite.  Remember money is simply a mind virus created by man.  It makes it easier for us to barter services and goods.  But money in and of itself is not prosperity; it is simply a tool for it. 

All true forms of prosperity are infinite... 

Please re-read and really drink in that last sentence again.  All real prosperity is INFINITE.  Things like love, hugs and other forms of prosperity are inexhaustible.

As the Buddha so famously taught, thousands of candles can be lit by a single candle, without shortening its life by a single second.

This is why the Circulation Law of Prosperity works so amazingly well.  Because it is based on the fact that miserly hoarding only leads to recession.  Circulation keeps the prosperity energy flowing.  The more prosperity you circulate, the more you will receive.  Which is why I wrote this blog post especially for YOU today.

- RG

27 comments on “Finite Versus Infinite”

  1. But if we do good things for someone to get the advantage...  Lets say someone gives a good service or product but he does it for the money. Is that right and will it work that way?

    1.  @million dollar There is nothing wrong with getting compensated fairly for goods and services you provide - and something wrong if you aren't.  Unless you have chosen to offer them as a gift.
       
      -RG

  2. But if we do good things for someone to get the advantage...  Lets say someone gives a good service or product but he does it for the money. Is that right and will it work that way?

  3.  @million dollar There is nothing wrong with getting compensated fairly for goods and services you provide - and something wrong if you aren't.  Unless you have chosen to offer them as a gift.
     
    -RG

  4. A finite universe may seem impossible. We recognize the end of physical extension of an entity partly by observing a boundary or border shared by the entity and something else extending outside or beyond the entity. In other words, for all extension that exists, there seems to be a need for further extension surrounding it; no matter how much extension exists, there must exist even more of it; in other words, there must be an infinity of extension.

  5. A finite universe may seem impossible. We recognize the end of physical extension of an entity partly by observing a boundary or border shared by the entity and something else extending outside or beyond the entity. In other words, for all extension that exists, there seems to be a need for further extension surrounding it; no matter how much extension exists, there must exist even more of it; in other words, there must be an infinity of extension.

  6. Nice perspective on Buddhism and money, this world needs more people who look at richness is the heart rather than material and cash wealth. But in today's world, its hard not to need money to  a certain degree. I try to buy things that are practical, rather than buying an expensive brand name purse, I just carry a monk bag around that looks lnice and is still stylish. http://easternserenity.com/monk-bag

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  • 27 comments on “Finite Versus Infinite”

    1. But if we do good things for someone to get the advantage...  Lets say someone gives a good service or product but he does it for the money. Is that right and will it work that way?

      1.  @million dollar There is nothing wrong with getting compensated fairly for goods and services you provide - and something wrong if you aren't.  Unless you have chosen to offer them as a gift.
         
        -RG

    2. But if we do good things for someone to get the advantage...  Lets say someone gives a good service or product but he does it for the money. Is that right and will it work that way?

    3.  @million dollar There is nothing wrong with getting compensated fairly for goods and services you provide - and something wrong if you aren't.  Unless you have chosen to offer them as a gift.
       
      -RG

    4. A finite universe may seem impossible. We recognize the end of physical extension of an entity partly by observing a boundary or border shared by the entity and something else extending outside or beyond the entity. In other words, for all extension that exists, there seems to be a need for further extension surrounding it; no matter how much extension exists, there must exist even more of it; in other words, there must be an infinity of extension.

    5. A finite universe may seem impossible. We recognize the end of physical extension of an entity partly by observing a boundary or border shared by the entity and something else extending outside or beyond the entity. In other words, for all extension that exists, there seems to be a need for further extension surrounding it; no matter how much extension exists, there must exist even more of it; in other words, there must be an infinity of extension.

    6. Nice perspective on Buddhism and money, this world needs more people who look at richness is the heart rather than material and cash wealth. But in today's world, its hard not to need money to  a certain degree. I try to buy things that are practical, rather than buying an expensive brand name purse, I just carry a monk bag around that looks lnice and is still stylish. http://easternserenity.com/monk-bag

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