Adversity Answers Ep. 12

AA Ep. 12 – TELL ME YOUR DILEMMA, I’LL GIVE YOU MY TAKE: CONTACT Via Messenger or Email adversityanswers@gmail.com

Q:

A friend’s been asking me to print things on my printer for him, because doesn’t have a computer or printer, just his phone. He wants me to print out charms and chants and stuff for him and when I asked what it’s about he said he’s found someone who says these things will get him a money blessing (specifically, winning lottery prizes [yes, PLURAL!]) amounting to about $189 million. He says he hasn’t given them money YET. I think he’s getting scammed, although not robbed (again, YET). If he wants to believe in The Cabbage Fairy, I don’t care, but I don’t like helping him on this because I feel like I’m perpetuating a fraud.My question is whether I should keep helping him or not.

A:

Hi, thanks for your question. For me personally I reckon you should keep helping him (if it’s no major cost or effort to you), however definitely be open and honest re your feeling toward the ventures. I think it’s important to honor people’s individualised journeys (as long as no real harm is being caused), and allow for self-discovery to take place. This is the greatest form of learning there is, and how people truly evolve. Hope this helps 🙂

About Mark

For all things a day-dreamer, a larrikin and an undeniable fighter. Mark advocates for both Adversity and Lyme Disease; and boasts a real passion for green living, nutrition and organic foods. Oh and he's a quadriplegic too. This spirited life coach, with prior background in marketing & advertising, now has more recent aspirations that include becoming a published author, and a business owner too. And when well enough, Mark’s also ticking off his bucket list, and he also volunteers with the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Mark is an ACIM student, an adventurer, and a sneaker collector. His dream is to one day get better and ride a bicycle around Australia.

0 comments on “Adversity Answers Ep. 12

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: