Once upon a time in a land called America, people were grateful and appreciated all the resources that the land gave them. They loved rivers, lakes, and oceans. They appreciated the abundance of flora and fauna, and the people lived accordingly. They freely took of all the land that was offered to them, without guilt, but always with reverence for its Good and Abundant Natural Resources. As a result of their great appreciation for nature, they produced goods and services for each other that reflected the quality they enjoyed in nature. Cars were built to last, drinks were sold in recyclable glass bottles, and people were confident that the quality of a product labeled “made in America” was good.
So the human mind took over and spread a “not enough” mentality throughout the US economy. This made its way into every corner of American commerce. Banks were not making enough money, shareholders were not making enough money, and therefore no company or corporation was making enough money. So the human mind set about creating countless ways to cut costs in the relentless pursuit of making more money, but no matter how much they made, it wasn’t enough.
So instead of quality materials, synthetic and chemical engineering materials were used in all kinds of applications. Quality was diluted wherever possible. The manufacture of goods was shipped to places where people worked for pennies on the dollar. Soon cars, clothing, and even food were of such poor quality that multiple purchases were required to qualify. This, of course, did not work, but at this point people had no options. They had to buy cars that lasted only 2-3 years and ended up in landfills, as well as endless plastic containers and disposable clothing. Because they were made of so many chemicals, rivers, water tables, lakes, and oceans became polluted and now they were poisoning people. All of these things happened because people believed that there was never enough money and they had to cut costs, which meant cutting quality in order to have more money. Of course, at first it was all a big lie, but everyone believed it, so the entire economy was based on that lie.
Then one day the entire economy collapsed, because anything built on a lie cannot be sustained and is not sustainable in Natural Law. People were in shock when the use stopped. They no longer had jobs in companies that had produced poor quality products or services. They also found that they were sick in record numbers, as farming and agriculture had followed the same “not enough” path as the other industries. The food was now of such poor quality that it did not nourish people as required by their bodies. In droves they went to the doctors to be cured. But unfortunately, this was not possible in his current “not enough” mentality.
As the recession increased in severity, and ill health and a bleak future loomed, people slowly began to turn inward to discover within themselves how they could create their own recovery, as well as the recovery of their Nation. They finally learned that within each of them was the highest Quality and that they had settled for less than Quality for years. They realized the lie they had been working under: the lie of not having enough. Once each person reconnected with the Self and learned of their own Infinite Nature and endless Good, they once again desired Quality in their physical lives, to match the Quality that they had rediscovered within themselves.
New businesses and ideas full of Life, Love, Truth, Beauty and Goodness emerged throughout the country, not to mention effective, efficient and always of Quality. Once people rediscovered who they really were, the quality of their creations changed and, once again, quality was synonymous with “Made In America.” This time, however, people’s consciousness had risen to a higher level of Oneness and personal connection to Source. Never again would people fall prey to the great lie, because they were no longer separated from Source and felt the Infinite Supply within themselves; and this Infinite Supply was Quality.
It is not the end.