EDITOR’S BLOG — A perfect example of the Law of Attraction was presented to me last night when my new neighbor came to our door sullen and cross. In spring when we introduced ourselves to Alan, standing in a woodland between our homes, he mentioned with pride that he was going to install a security system in his cabin, which is at the end of a gravel road, a half mile from the main street. I was surprised that he’d assumed such a location would need security and explained that in 15 years I’d had no trouble here. "The only thing that’ll bring crime down this road is you installing a security system."…
Sure enough, he reported to us last night that some tools had been stolen out of his truck and asked if we’d seen anything. He felt satisfied that his security cameras, once installed, would provide better protection and evidence against future thieves. The Law of Attraction, however, will not be waylaid by such precautions. As long he thinks he is vulnerable to thieves, then thieves will find their way to his doorstep.
Poor Alan. It doesn’t bode well for the future.
What would be your reaction? If you were in our family, would you suddenly begin to lock your doors, stop leaving your car keys in the ignition, or move the unprotected go cart from the driveway? Do you believe in the Law of Attraction?