Would you believe me if I said I thought you could be a "magnet?" As human beings, I believe we all have the capacity to draw to ourselves those things we give the most thought and energy, those things we are passionate about. In other words, each of us is in many ways potentially a magnet. We attract things to ourselves that may include prosperity.
In pursuit of my hypothesis, I did a Google search of "job magnet" and found over 53 million results! I did the same thing for "success magnet," finding over 300,000 hits. My point is this: In order for us to survive what Grace Lee Boggs calls "The Next American Revolution," we are going to have to become magnets that draw goodness and prosperity into our communities and our homes and our schools, or we will soon not have them at all.
Boggs is a 96-year-old activist that has been in the struggle for freedom and human dignity for most of her life. She lives in Detroit and has been part of that city's starting of its comeback. She has seen people at the grassroots level realize that their future is in their own hands and that the days of the factory job, which provided a job for you and your children and their children until retirement, is no more.