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Lifted out of financial difficulty
Earlier this year, before the virus situation in the United Kingdom, my photography business had been unusually quiet. With the business turning six years old as of the beginning of April, I had learned that the winter months were often quiet, but even fewer inquiries than usual had come in during February and March.
As the weeks passed, I started becoming more and more anxious. In addition to the financial impact, this situation made me feel as if no one was interested in or required my services anymore—an insidious mental burden that made me start to question the very purpose of my business, something I’d worked so long and hard to build.
During this time, the only way I could find a sense of peace about the whole situation was by taking the concepts of need and supply to a higher level—both ultimately being spiritual in nature. I knew that because I am a spiritual idea of God, my true job is to express God and use the talents He gave me to bless others. I also knew that supply is a natural aspect of this expression.
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