The response to my “Kirk Loves You” post from the other day (http://blog.mrfire.com/health/kirk-loves-you/) has been great.
We raised just under $3,000 for the $15,000 Quadriciser machine that Kirk needs to begin to retrain his body and mind so he can have some movement.
And that $3,000 came despite problems with the Paypal buttons on his site at www.amazingkirk.com (They’ve since been fixed.)
But I decided it’s too important for Kirk to wait for the machine, so I wrote a check today for the full $15,000.
I’m not saying this to brag, but to offer a lesson or two for you:
I learned a long time ago that the more successful I am, the more I can help others, like my family, friends, good causes, or even people I don’t know, like little Kirk.
Too many people fear success. I was there once, too. But when I realized that the more I create wealth in my life, the more I can help myself and others, that fear dissolved.
I also learned another secret long ago:
I wrote about this in my book, The Greatest Money-Making Secret In History. The basic message is this: give whatever you want to get.
If you want money, give money.
If you want love, give love.
It seems to be a karmic secret or law: give to receive.
Unless you block the receiving, it works every time.
In fact, shortly after I decided to write the check for $15,000, I received twice that in unexpected income.
That’s how this law works.
My gift to Kirk is also my gift to me.
When you get these lessons, prosperity and much more will come your way at an accelerated pace.
In fact, I was just in the hot tub, doing my daily meditative gratitude session. As I thought of Kirk finally getting this machine — one his mother has wanted for him for years — I began to cry.
I realized that life is truly beautiful.
But what makes it beautiful is you and me, and what we do.
I really do look forward to shaking Kirk’s hand one day.
PS – Thank you for contributing to help Kirk. All contributions will go to the fund to help him with whatever he needs. You can still contribute at www.amazingkirk.com