"Ask and it is given"

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“When we say: “Ask and it is given”, we’re not making it up. It is. When you ask, it is given, but you’re the ones who have to tend to the manifestation of it, you have to make what’s been given a reality, which means you’ve got to find a way to perceive what has been given. And if you’re looking to what has already come to fruition: the good and the bad and the ugly, the wanted and the unwanted then you’ve got a vibrational pattern within you that causes sometimes to feel good and sometimes to feel bad, you have no control because you’re sloppy in your perspective.”
Abraham Hicks, Westchester, NY 10/18/2014

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