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Reframing "Scrap" as Potential. (1 min 57 sec)

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    1. There's no such thing as scrap it’s just another useful piece of material.

    The concept of "scrap" or waste is a reflection of the belief in separation and lack, which is part of the illusory world we experience. Everything is either an extension of love or a call for love. When we perceive something as scrap or useless, it suggests a belief in limitation, lack, and separation from the abundance and wholeness of God's creation.
    There is no such thing as true lack or waste. Everything has a purpose and is part of the infinite, eternal creation of God. What we perceive as scrap or useless is simply a material form that we have not yet recognized as having a divine purpose.
    The idea that "scrap is just another useful piece of material" aligns with the principle that everything can be used for the purpose of healing and awakening to our true nature. By reframing our perception and seeing the potential and value in what we previously considered scrap, we are shifting our mind towards a more holistic and loving perspective.
    This change in perception is a reflection of the shift from the ego's thought system of separation to the Holy Spirit's thought system of unity. As we learn to see everything as a useful and integral part of God's creation, we move closer to the recognition of the perfection of all that is.
    The belief in scrap or waste is a misperception based on the ego's limited understanding. If we look closely we see the divine purpose and potential in all things. There is no such thing as true scrap or lack in the eternal, abundant creation of God.
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