$20 for my thoughts

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UploadedApril 8, 2013
TakenApril 4, 2013
ModelFinePix XP50
Exposure1/420 sec at f/3.9
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length5 mm

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Just in the last this thought passed my mind, what if...
For the past week I had $2 to $5 in my pocket and $0.75 in the bank.

This morning I woke up in my van, switched to shorts and a T and stepped out to stretch with some walk and yoga. Right there at the corner my eyes fell on a this bill.
At first my big eyes imagined it may be a pack of them but the universe all mighty knew better, it always knows just what I/we need. I needed to just carry on till my $200 monthly budget comes in. Just some fuel for the car and tip for cups of hot water in coffee shops - and that's what I was awarded with.
I blessed my good fortune, not the $20 only but the knowledge that I am watched and taken care of. Another milestone evidence that there's a greater plan then the one we know, or any rich/powerful steers.

Some call it Karma, but it's just a name. Call it whatever you like as long as you understand it works with equal principals with anyone. it doesn't prefer orthodox religious, rich and powerful, academic professors.

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