Living a Creative Lifestyle: Expressing Your Gifts and Talents

An important concept in creating a wealth building attitude is the idea that our we are meant to enjoy life to the fullest and have what we want in life in order to express our full potential. We could look at this from the perspective that we were created to add something to the big picture of human existence. We each have special gifts or talents that enable us to do this. Our gift or talent may add functionality, love or inspiration to our world and we must be allowed to do this express our creative gifts. Its important.

If we feel that we must compromise our gift for the sake of survival, we are not living up to our potential. This could not be the meaning of life for us, to sacrifice our given talents and innate abilities. It just doesn't make sense. If we are under stress from economic factors, we are usually less likely to perform well. Inspiration tends to lock up and we cannot let our talents express in the uninhibited fashion they were designed to be creative in.

Therefore it is logical that our inner wisdom would be supportive, generous and caring towards us, in order for each one of us to fulfill the purpose we were put here for. It would be grossly illogical for this Power to withhold our good from us, force us to struggle and delay the opening of our potential.

Divine Generosity makes sense if only we can rise above our self-esteem issues and recognize the fact that we must be properly supported in order to properly contribute to our world. We are quite capable of holding this generosity back from our experience if we refuse to acknowledge that it is ours to accept.

Accept the gifts of talent and ability you were created with, and the gifts of abundance and prosperity that are awaiting your acknowledgement in the here and now. Give of yourself to life and allow life to give to you in return.

Here is a positive quote from Richard Bach as a reminder of how powerful we are and that it is important to back up our manifestation work with right action.

"You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it, however."