Coronavirus and the theft of Mona Lisa!
Due to Coronavirus, we are in the midst of an unprecedented panicdemic.
Let me explain why, with one of my favorite stories…
In August 21, 1911 the “Mona Lisa” was stolen from the Louvre from a great thief of the time, Vincenzo Peruggia.
Vincenzo was motivated to steal the painting by Eduardo de Valfierno who apparently promised him a good sum of money for it.
A few months before the theft, Eduardo traveled to America and started pitching the sale of the Mona Lisa to wealthy art collectors. Six of them said “yes”.
So Eduardo hired Yves Chaudron, a master forger, to prepare 6 copies of the famous painting.
When the Mona Lisa got stolen by Vincenzo, Eduardo never contacted the thief and went on to sell the copies to the six buyers.
All he wanted was the story of theft, not the original painting!
As I am writing this, there are hundreds of thousands around the world contracted with Coronavirus but there are hundreds of millions contracted by crippling thoughts from the story of Coronavirus.
As Robert Kiyosaki says,
the crisis is in your mind!
When you actually acknowledge that stress is not an effect of the facts but one of your thoughts that follow the facts, you will feel a sudden relief.
Now you have identified the cause.
Now you are immune to the panicdemic because you can practice your irrevocable right to choose your own thoughts!
No matter what the
circumstances may be,
I ALWAYS choose