If you already read Monday's email, you know that I promised to share with you how I made my friend Dharma Rose cry…
Before I share that story with you, if you haven't already taken her "Which income-crushing lie are you telling yourself?" quiz, then click the link below:
Dharma will show you the 4 "lies" that REALLY stop most people from making the money they want and keeps them stuck where they are – and you'll receive a customized video response on which of the 4 is most applicable to you right now.
(and how it has nothing to do with a lack of experience or expertise)
Now about that story I promised you…
First of all, anybody who know me personally (or has read my emails for a while) knows that I just LOVE chocolate. Love love LOVE chocolate.
Well, last month I found myself in an interesting situation where I felt deeply like God was working through me.
I was at away for the weekend attending a spiritual class and I had just finished lunch. There was a cupcake place nearby, and I found myself really wanting a chocolate cupcake.
Upon arriving at the cupcake shop, there were a lot of cupcakes.
See, the woman head of me bought a couple dozen cupcakes, including the last of the…
There had been several. Then in a flash right before my eyes, they were gone!
Fortunately there were a few mini cupcakes left, so I bought two: One red velvet, and of course one chocolate.
As I walked outside, there was a homeless man sitting on a bench.
Not only was he homeless, he was clearly mentally ill (as a very significant number of homeless people unfortunately are)
He looked up at me as though to ask for change, and though the words didn't quite come out right it was clear he was asking for help.
My heart opened and I felt so much compassion and I wanted to give him a little bit of money.
Except that my hands were full with a cupcake in each.
Rather than ignoring him…
(as many people would have)
And rather than fumbling with cupcakes and pockets and wallets to get him some change as I initially felt compelled to do…
I looked him heartfully in the eye and simply asked:
"Which one do you want?"
Without hesitation, I handed it to him.
And the look of wonder in his eye…
And the childlike innocent joyful smile on his face…
Made it all worth it.
I was reminded of something that Nick Vujicic said when I heard him speak in Portland a few years ago:
"When God doesn't grant your miracles, remember you are the miracle he sent for somebody else."
To me, the cupcake was a small thing. To that man, it may have very well been a small miracle.
When I shared that story on my personal Facebook profile (about 100 friends total), Dharma replied:
"This made me tear up… thanks for sharing, Chris :)"
I appreciate Dharma's kind heart, and especially how she gets that the "little" things make a big difference.
Whether that miracle is a cupcake or a smile, helping people become aware of their income-related limiting beliefs, or showing them her very simple "little steps" system for how she erased $38,000 of debt and left her "day job"…
I am grateful to have met Dharma and am grateful to share her work with you. I hope you enjoy the quiz and customized video response she's made for you.
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