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Wherever the is unexpressed possibility or function not performed, there is unsatisfied desire. Desire is possibility seeking expression or function seeking performance.
The desire for riches is simply the capacity for larger life seeking fulfillment. It is power seeking to manifest which causes desire. That which makes you want more money is the same as that which makes the plant grow: it is life seeking fuller expression.
You must want real life, not mere pleasure or sensual gratification. Life is the performance of function, and the individual really lives only when he performs every function - physical, mental, and spiritual - of which he is capable, without excess in any.
All that there is of possibility is seeking expression through people. God wants those who can play music to have pianos and ever other instrument and to have the means to cultivate their talents to the fullest extent.
He wants those who can appreciate beauty to be able to surround themselves with beautiful things. He wants those who can discern truth to have every opportunity to travel and observe. He wants those who can appreciate dress to be beautifully clothed, and those who can appreciate good food to be luxuriously fed.
So you need not hesitate to ask largely.
The grateful mind is constantly fixed upon the best. Therefore it tends to become the best. It takes the form or character of the best, and will receive the best.
There is not the least doubt that he (God) will do away with plutocrats, trust magnates, captains of industry, and politicians as soon as they can be spared, but in the meantime, they are all very necessary. Remember that they are helping to arrange the lines of transmission along which your riches will come to you, and be grateful.
When things reach you, they will be in the hands of others, who will ask an equivalent for them. And you can only get what is yours by giving the other person what is rightfully his.
When you are in doubt, wait. Fall back on the contemplation of your vision, and increase your faith and purpose. And by all means, in times of doubt and indecision, cultivate gratitude.
"Golden Rule" Jones of Toledo: "What I want for myself, I want for everybody."
The person who is merely a "good" worker, filling his place to the very best of his ability and satisfied with that, is valuable to his employer, and it is not to the employer's interest to promote him. He is worth more where he is.
When you make a failure, it is because you have not asked for enough. Keep on, and a larger thing then you were seeking will certainly come to you. Remember this.