Commodities people should stock up on
- From our vantage point we see…
What are some of the priceless commodities in the world people should stock up on? Here’s a list, not in any particular order.
- Friendship would be a good one to start with. Having friends, real friends, is a joy and you will learn much from each other.
- Your health is another one. Having good health is something most people don’t expect to have as they get older. In fact, they expect to get sick and guess what happens? They blame their lack of health on aging, when throughout their life they never did anything to support the health they had a one time by doing things to preserve it into their later years.
- Water is a precious commodity that will become much more important over the next decade or so. Countries that control large amounts of fresh water, like Canada, will find themselves in enviable positions.
- Clean food will be another rare commodity – food that is not contaminated with antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, or genetically modified into something that doesn’t even resemble food. People have become conditioned to consuming artificial food infested with parasites and chemicals – destroying their health a bite at a time.
- Love would be a good commodity to have in your life; starting with loving yourself. Once you do this you can attract other people who love you for who you are, and you will love them as they are.
- Strong relationships. In every strong relationship, whether it be one person to another, or a country to other countries, or governments to their citizens truth is a valued commodity that’s not seen very often. This is the major disconnect in your would, a lack of love, respect and compassion, along with a lack of truth.
From our vantage point we see that love and truth are the same thing.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That the really priceless commodities don’t cost much at all.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because it’s these basic commodities that are lacking in most people’s lives while they chase something else they believe they need.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Look back over our list and start collecting some of each one everyday.
COMMENTARY: Ray and I think it’s interesting that as the years go by Higher Intelligence has focused more on our self-worth and self-preservation than on the actual fluctuations of physical supply and demand of commodities and currencies. This shift is a sign that the world we find ourselves in isn’t getting better because of supply and demand. In fact, it will only get better when we start to value the points on their list.