When It Comes to the Law of Attraction, Wanting Something Makes It Harder to Get

This morning I had a hard time getting out of the house. For the longest time, I couldn’t find my wallet. I checked all the usual places it would usually turn up; on the kitchen counter, by the computer, in the refrigerator… (Not kidding.) Only when my mind started to accept the fact that I may have to leave without it, is when I became able to find it. It was actually lying in a bin where we keep our dog’s food. (Still not sure how it got there, but that’s another story anyway.) This phenomenon is actually quite common. For some reason, we only find something, when we become OK with not finding it. This encompasses the whole essence of releasing your emotional attachment to something. As you scan every word of this document you will discover new ways of thinking about letting go of your wants in order to actually get them easier.

There’s a well known saying that goes like this, “If you want something bad enough, you’ll get it.” In fact, the opposite of that is true. The more you want something, the more you end up pushing it away. I know you may find it hard to make sense. Many people wonder, why wanting something actually pushes it away from you.

Think of it this way. When you want something, you in essence are noticing that you don’t actually have it. Let me repeat that last sentence, because you need to remember it. When you want something, you in essence are noticing that you don’t actually have it. When you send your vibes about lacking anything, out into the universe, that’s precisely what you will receive.

So how do you get around this? Seems almost impossible doesn’t it? How do you want something without wanting it? After all, if you don’t at least conjure up the desire for it; there won’t be the motivation to go out and get it.

Now you’re probably thinking I’m going to ask you to think like a monk or sage and, “let go of your earthly desires.” But if you’ve read any of my material, you would definitely know that’s not my style. In fact, I’m salivating over a fire red sports car as I’m writing this piece.

It’s ok! You can absolutely want and desire things, but you need to do it in a certain way. Here’s the trick.

You can want something, but don’t let that want turn into a need. The moment your “want” turns into a “need,” negative feelings about it start to come up. Frustration and depression may arise from the fact that you don’t actually have it. Keep the want playful. Think of it as ordering something from an online store, like Amazon or Overstock. The moment you push the order through, how do you feel. You’re probably excited and optimistic about your item arriving at your door in the near future, right? That’s how attracting something should feel. When you feel the …

A Law May Be Harsh, But it is Still the Law

Web 2.0 technologies offer the potential to improve significantly the quality of education. However, the impact of copyright and control technologies may limit educators and students to continue to engage freely with a variety of information sources.

This poses a great challenge to institutions in understanding such implication within the bounds of intellectual property law which is by itself is also challenged by the move toward collective creation. A single work of art may contain multiple copyrighted works owned by different people. This is the harsh reality of the law that many educational materials run the risk of inadvertently violating copyrights.

The law may be harsh, but it is still the law. Until such time that it is declared unconstitutional, it deserves to be respected and obeyed no matter how unfair the said law is. When the courts declare a law to be inconsistent with the Constitution, the former shall be void and the latter shall prevail.

Laws are repealed only by subsequent ones, and their violation or non-observance shall not be excused by disuse or custom or practice to the contrary. No judge or court shall decline to render judgment by reason of the silence, obscurity or insufficiency of the laws. In case of doubt in the interpretation or application of laws, it is presumed that the lawmaking body intended right and justice to prevail.

The term “law” in its widest sense means any rule of action, norm or conduct, or expression of uniformity. In its most comprehensive signification, law is applicable indiscriminately to all objects of creation, whether animate or inanimate, rational or irrational, as well as to intangible processes.

Law is the factor that holds organized society together. Where such element does not exist, there is only a lawless group. To the extent that a group of men are held together as a society by such factor, to that extent it has a legal system, crude or highly developed as the case may be.

The concrete statutes, customs or judicial decisions prevailing are only so many facets of that overriding, super eminent factor. When a particular rule or act promotes the efficacy of this factor, it is a lawful act or a good rule; if it derogates from the effectiveness of this element, it is an unlawful act which should be changed.

The burden of proving that a law is unconstitutional is reposed on the individual suitor or challenger because of the presumption of constitutionality of a law. Laws are meant to be followed; otherwise, there will be chaos, disorder. Law is like a nuclear force that holds the atom together, without it there shall be destruction.…

The Importance of Law Enforcement in Our Society

Without proper law enforcement, the rule of the law would mean nothing. There would be no one to protect you from harm and violence. Humans are social creatures, and we tend to live in cities, villages, and communities, where interaction among our peers is almost inevitable. Unfortunately, there would almost always be those who would not respect your rights as a human being, or would not do their social, financial, and moral responsibility as a citizen. They will try to steal from you, threaten you, and take advantage of you. That necessitates for the role of the police being the ones who would enforce the law, by catching or deterring people who would violate the rules of the law, and to protect your rights as a citizen.

Without law enforcement, if somebody did you wrong, then you have to take this person yourself and haul him before the magistrate. Furthermore, if you came home only to see that someone had broken in and stolen your belongings, without law enforcement, there would be no police detective to investigate. Moreover, the rich and the powerful might hire a detective agency to track down whoever committed crimes, but the poor might have no one to protect had they been victimized. If you have been hit by a car driven by a reckless driver, without law enforcement, they could do away with it. Of course, that would be aggravating on you part. If the beer-gutted husband is smacking, beating, or verbally abusing his wife, without law enforcement, the domestic violence might still continue on, as no law enforcement would not be there if the domestic violence would be reported. These are only few among the many other violations, which can be done against you, but nonetheless, we cannot deny how hugely important the role law enforcement plays in our society.

The rule of the law identifies that your property is yours, and therefore no one can come into your property and take it against your will. Moreover, the rule of the law likewise identifies that no person deserves to be discriminated, whether it be because of their race, skin color, sex, and gender, and that those who would discriminate must be punished by the countries’ own respective law. Additionally, it dictates that corrupt officials, rapists, murderers, and thefts must be punished. Furthermore, the rule of the law recognizes that, as a citizen, you have a responsibility to fulfill, and that you also have rights which must be dutifully acknowledged, respected, and protected by all means.…