Make your mind attuned to abundance and witness life responding to you with abundance.
You can create a three dimensional image on a small sheet of paper with the right techniques. The same sheet can be used to draw a basic pattern or to simply scribble something. The outcome depends on the person who is creating the image, the skills acquired by him or her and the effort employed by that individual to actualise his or her creativity.
Your life is the sheet of paper in your hands. What you create on it entirely depends on you. If you look at it and say, “What can I do with so little?”, Life will remain a scribbling pad for you. If you look at it and say, “It isn’t much”, your experience of life will be ordinary. Look at life with wonder in your eyes and say, “There is so much in here for me that my hands are always full”, you will find yourself with abundance.
Your attitude is important here. Do not pull yourself down in the name of matter-of-factness.
With the right attitude, you must acquire the right skills. Your skills are hardly skills if you do not put them to the right use. A skilled carpenter uses the same set of tools in different ways in order to suit the wood he or she is working on. He or she cannot be called skilled if the same pressure is applied on a thin piece of wood and a big log of wood indiscriminately. This involves consistent effort and adaptation involving learning and relearning.
Existence is your canvas. Your attitude is your brush.
Swastham Shantam Sampurnam