This is a little interlude in the Boss Series to share some the simple principle that nothing is lost in the Universe. How many times have you lost your car keys, a necklace, or something else; launched into a frantic search and never found it? Would you believe it's the "frantic" part of the search that keeps things lost?
During a discussion with my friend, Loren Greiff, of NorthshoreInsider.com
, she mentioned that she lost her camera. She retraced her memory path but couldn't find it so she bought a new camera.
I shared with Loren that "nothing is lost in the Universe
"*. Just because we can't see it doesn't mean it's lost. Then I told Loren a story. Years ago when I was attending Columbus State Community College
for massage therapy, I lost my wallet. After retracing my memory path, the last time I remembered seeing it was in the back parking lot of the college. Immediately, I started thinking, "nothing is lost in the Universe. Nothing is lost in the Universe!" Then let it go. The next morning I parked in my usual spot. No wallet was to be found. The next logical step was to go to the lost & found department. While I was standing in line at student services to ask about my wallet, my cell phone rang. They were calling me to say they had my wallet. It was returned with everything in it - even the money.
Back to Loren. Here's the thread from FaceBook
Later I received a message that said that another friend of Loren's friends found something important to him.
If you pick up on this thought, NOTHING IS LOST IN THE UNIVERSE, and something amazing happens for you, please leave a comment and tell us your story.
*A lot of people may want to take credit for this affirmation. I can't. I can't even remember if I first learned it from Louise Hay
, What the Bleep
, Emmett Fox
, religious upbringing, Carl Jung or in a chemistry class when I learned that energy can neither be created nor destroyed.
Photo courtesy of Higgett, Flickr.com