By Robert Zink
I once read an article of a man who worked for 20 years digging for gold. He got just enough nuggets to survive. He lived alone with his wife, and one day while digging, he looked at his wife and began to feel sorry for the life he put her through. They had a tough life. He worked for hours each day digging in his mine for gold nuggets. She did without the finer things in life, because she believed in him and in the mine that they were digging in. You see, one night 20 some year ago, an angel came to her in a dream. It was the angel Michael. he told her where there would be gold, and she believed him. So, they bought a small piece of property and began mining. They toiled for 20 years and had little or nothing to show for it.
Finally, one day her husband through down the shovel and said, “no more.” He sent word to the mining company that the land was for sale. They sold the land and got a nice little sum of money for it. Enough that they could live in a nice hotel, with a hot bath for 6 months or so. He bought his wife some new clothes and celebrated the sale.
Then three days after the sale had been completed, they heard that the mining company had struck the mother lode. The mother lode was estimated to be worth millions of dollars! Ouch! They gave up three days too soon. Had they stayed with it, they would have been millionaires. But like most people, they gave up before the mine could really product millions of dollars in gold.
I read this story many years ago. I dedicated myself to not giving up. Many of us give up too quickly on our dreams, our relationships, our hopes. If you believed it then, and it was worth investing your time into, it probably is still worth it. On top of all this, this couple had divine guidance from the angel Michael. So you tell me, what are you giving up on too soon?
Stay with it, you will succeed.
Peace and Prosperity,
The Mentor of Light
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