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What Would You Love to Buy Yourself Or Your Loved Ones This Christmas. Treat Yourself

Updated on November 6, 2011

Christmas is the time of giving so I thought I would create a Hub to put us all in the giving mood. Christmas is the time we can request those luxury items we've promising ourselves all year round or be surprised by our loved ones by being given something that has shocked because of the sincere thought that has gone in to the gift. One of the greatest things I've learnt in my self developement is the power of believing in already having it. It does not matter what you currently earn or where you are at right now. If you actively believe in already having what it is you want you will naturally materialise it. So I thought it would be great if we could do this and whether it's not you but someone else receives something from you that you've always wanted to give them. This isn't about money it's about wanting more and having it.

Let the fun begin

You have has just had your best year ever and have $1000 for every person you wish to buy something for. The rules are that you can only buy yourself ONE item for your $1000 dollars. Seeing as Amazon has a huge range of items to choose from, lets head over to there and start our 60 minute shopping spree. Remember you can buy anything you want and can really buy a thoughtful gift. You can spend as little or as much as you want on each of your gifts. You can also buy yourself whatever it is YOU want too!!!! What I want you to do, is after you've had your 60 minute dash around Amazon I want you to come back and tell me in the comments section and tell me what it is you would love to buy the people close to you. This will help this all becoming a reality. So do it, get over to Amazon, your 60 Minutes starts NOW!!!

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    • H P Roychoudhury profile image

      H P Roychoudhury 6 years ago from Guwahati, India

      I am very much happy with the ethics of article to buy something in the Christmas and give it as gifts. But my idea as an Indian to give something to the poor – money, cloth or food where God has created us but God has not given us equality of enjoyment of life.

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