Friday, September 19, 2008

Desirous Invitation

Desire. It has an interesting, appealing sound. Why do I hesitate to use the word. I am using The Law of Attraction to attract the fulfillment of all my desires, but I don't like to say, for example, “I desire prosperity in my life right now.”

I won't say, “I want prosperity,” as want also means lack. And "I would like prosperity," just doesn't have the same impact. So what is the best way to say it?

Synonyms: crave, covet, wish, want, to long for, or hope for

Maybe expect or invite?

I invite prosperity into my life right now.

Abraham uses the word desire without inhibition, but also suggests the word, allow. "I allow prosperity into my life right now."

Which do you prefer? Please leave a comment below.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with DESIRE. It's a good word!