: to make (something) available to be used : to provide someone or something with (something that is needed or wanted)



Supply (v.): late 14th century, “ to help, support, maintain,” also “fill up, make up for,” from Old French soupplierfill up, make full” and directly from Latin supplerefill up, make full, complete,” from subup from below” + plereto fill.” The meaning “furnish, provide” first recorded in 1520s.



“The supply of words in the world market is plentiful but the demand is falling. Let deeds follow words now.”

Lech Walesa (b. 1943, labor and human rights activist, former Polish president, non-communist trade union organizer, philanthropist, and recipient of the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1983)

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“There is a supply for every demand.”

Florence Scovel Shinn (1871-1940, American artist, book illustrator, New Thought spiritual teacher, and metaphysical writer)

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“If I were a girl, I’d despair. The supply of good women far exceeds that of the men who deserve them.”

Robert Graves (1895-1985, English poet, novelist, critic, mythographer, translator, and editor)

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“The female of the genus homo is economically dependent on the male. He is her food supply.”

Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935, writer, social reformer, and prominent American feminist who encouraged women to gain economic independence; best known for the short story, “The Yellow Wall-Paper”)

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“I always keep a supply of stimulant handy in case I see a snake, which I also keep handy.”

W.C. Fields (1880-1946, born William Claude Dukenfield, American comedian, actor, juggler, writer, and survivor)

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“By and large, talent is in such a short supply that mediocrity can be taken for brilliance rather more than genius can go undiscovered.”

Charles Saatchi (b. 1943, Iraq-born British advertising executive, entrepreneur, and art collector, and cofounder with his brother, Maurice, of Saatchi & Saatchi advertising agency)

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“Think not that humility is weakness; it shall supply the marrow of strength to thy bones. Stoop and conquer; bow thyself and become invincible.”

Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892, England’s best-known Baptist preacher of the nineteenth century)

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“Depend on it. God's work done in God's way will never lack God's supply. He is too wise a God to frustrate His purposes for lack of funds, and He can just as easily supply them ahead of time as afterwards, and He much prefers doing so.”

James Hudson Taylor (1832-1905, British Protestant missionary to China and founder of the China Inland Mission, where he spend 51 years in China)

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“Think not that humility is weakness; it shall supply the marrow of strength to thy bones. Stoop and conquer; bow thyself and become invincible.”

— Charles Spurgeon

What supplies our energy?  What feeds us? How might we tap into the infinite reservoirs of The Divine Cosmic Energy?

At the opposite end of this spectrum, down here on Earth, what or who drains us?  What activities bore us to tears?  What thoughts, events, or people distract us from our true callings?

If we can surmise the answers to any of these questions, what then are the natural remedies that can supply and restore us?

The humility and courage to ask these initial questions may mean we are waking up, becoming more aware of whom we are, and can now focus in on the spiral flow of our own unfolding.

Two powerful activators of our fearless evolutions are self-love and self-knowledge, which challenge us to fully accept ourselves, and allow the divine purification process to begin.  When we are clear, no longer blocked by own ignorance, we will learn to trust what we see, hear, feel, and intuit, and not second-guess what we know.

Life is an awesome supply of treasures, physical and metaphysical gems that give us ample opportunities to magnify our worldly gifts.

Written as Always with Love, Tonya


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