It seems so obvious as to almost go without saying: When you look for something you will find it. How many suburbans or tahoes did you see on the road before you got one? You probably don't remember seeing any. So today try looking for a suburban or a tahoe and you'll see plenty of them. When you seek something you see everything that happens to you from a new perspective. You'll easily find opportunities that would not otherwise be apparent to you. One of the best known bible passages from the book of Matthew Chapter 7 sums up the utter power and simplicity of this concept: Ask, and it shall be given to you; seek, and you shall find, knock, and it shall be opened to you. For everyont whp ask receives and he who seeks find and to him who knocks it shall be opend. This is completely reasonable and makes perfect sense. If you want something you must seek it not whine and complain about the lack of it, not wish for it but seek it. The very act of seeking something starts the process that brings that something into being for you. In fact, once you are truly seeking something then from that moment on you have it. The fact that it is not yet completely manifested in front of you doesn't really matter that much because you are living as if you already have it. So in that sense, you do already have it and if you continue in your commiment you will in fact have it soon.
Dea. B. Hamilton Sr.