My Wage Poem by JB Rittenhouse

My Wage Poem by JB Rittenhouse

I bargained with Life for a penny,
and Life would pay no more,
however I begged at evening
when I counted my scanty store.
For Life is a just employer, he gives you what you ask, but once you have set the wages, why, you must bear the task.

I worked for a menials hire,
only to learn,
that any wage I had asked of Life, Life would have willingly paid.

Levnow Poetry for your Soul Series

This is part of the Levnow Poetry for your Soul Series. As a new fan of peotry I am starting to love the lessons woven into the prose. I hope you enjoy these as a little break from the someone but not really heavy self-help posts.

My Takeaway from the poem My Wage by JB Rittenhouse

I love this poem because it is the embodiment of the Law of Attraction and how our ignorance of this law has led a lot of us to settle for way less than we want or deserve.

“For Life is a just employer, he gives you what you ask,”

Ask the Universe for whatever you want and it says, your wish is my command, so why ask for a penny when you can ask for millions or billions. Why settle for less when you have a powerful entity waiting to grant all your wishes.

Take a minute to really think about what you want, actually here is a worksheet where you can take a moment for self-reflection and write down everything you’ve ever wanted as a conversation between you, the Universe, and God.

I must confess this was the first poem I ever loved, it touched my heart and speaks to my purpose, which is sharing this knowledge with anyone that will listen.

That’s it, have a good one folks, and don’t you dare forget to share your light with the world.

My Wage Poem by JB Rittenhouse

Sending you light and love,
The Human Whisperer

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