What we consume, begins to consume us.
When I dwell on negatives, I become sour, stifled, tight-fisted, grumbly, grumpy, fearful, anxious, bitter. At best, it produces less-than-living.
Less than desirable. Less than encouraging. Less than uplifting. Less than inspiring. Less than glorifying. Less than trusting. Less than hoping. Less than joyful. Less than peaceful. Less than kind.
When I pursue the positive, fight fiercely for it, I cultivate ground for growth. I break open a furrow for seeds. Good seeds to grow in good soil. A seed must die to bring forth new life multiplied. By dying to self, I can begin to multiply.
Multiply gratitude. Multiply grace. Multiply kindness. Multiply compassion. Multiply generosity. Multiply happiness. Multiply contentment. Multiply hope. Multiply encouragement. Multiply consideration. Multiply listening. Multiply noticing. Multiply abiding.
Genesis 8:22 ~ “As long as the earth remains, there will be planting and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night.”