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I Am What I Am

I don’t know how many of you ever watched Popeye cartoons, but I used to love them as a kid. I can’t tell you much about them now, but the one thing that has always stuck with me is what he said, “I am what I am and that’s all what I am.” Really when you think about it why would anyone want to be any less than what they are? I mean I love who I am and it took me a long time to reach the place that I could say, “I love me.” I have not always been this me. I have been many different me’s. But all of those me’s helped me become someone I truly admire and respect. I love that I have learned what it means to do unto others as you would have others do unto you. I treat people the way I want to be treated, and you know what, they do treat me that way.

The way I like to look at it is that I am a work in progress. And this me that I am now is only going to get better. You know once you understand the Universe and the Law of Attraction there is no going back. Even though I haven’t accomplished everything on my wish list I have no doubt that I will. I know too much not to trust that when I ask it is given. At first it is in vibrational form and then I line up with the feeling of whatever it is I am asking for and voila it appears in my life.

You don’t have to believe me. You can test the heck out of it yourself. As long as you don’t doubt or put any kind of negative condemnation on your path you will see results. Try it with small things at first, like parking spaces at the mall, or think about a friend you haven’t talked to in a while and see if they call you on the phone. As you learn to trust in the little things the big things can come easier and faster. But as Abraham Hicks says, it’s as easy to create a castle as it is a button. It’s all the same process. Ask, line up, receive. That’s it. That’s the whole enchilada. Easy peasy. But you have to practice. Practice being nice to yourself and seeing yourself as a worthy, caring, loving spiritual being having a wonderful human experience. Once you learn the 1, 2, 3, process then you’re off and running.

Life is supposed to be fun. We are meant to be who we really are. This is how the whole world really is. We all have different contributions to offer the world. And each and every one of us is here to participate in some way or another. There are no spare parts, so you see we all matter.

So now you know that you are important. And you are a very intricate part of the whole Universe. So get out there and be your authentic self, and grace the world with your unique presence. And be proud to be you. And always remember there is great love here for you!


Deb Mertan


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