If you get to a place of abundance and peace in your life, you know two things.
One: your situation could shift at any time, and this is okay and you’re okay with it. If you get to abundance and peace, you’ve moved beyond the understanding that we can ever be truly “safe” or “secure”; life just isn’t like that, everything is always changing.
Two: you’re going to be asked for things by victims.
To be a victim is to think that the world owes you something, or that other people can have it but you can’t, or that you can’t create it on your own. It’s being a victim of your own mental state, regardless of the particular situation you’re in.
When you’re dealing with victims, there are a few things to consider. If the victim is a child, or hungry or abused or mentally ill, of course you’re going to help. This is just basic human compassion.
But if the victim is a regular person with regular opportunities, who’s decided to be a victim because it’s less scary that trying to make his/her own way, you might decide to not help.
To not support the mind loop of delusion.
To get out of the way, and give the Universe more room to help this person wake up.
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