“Comparing” From Create Abundance by Zhang Xinyue

Lessons from Create Abundance by Zhang Xinyue


Create Abundance by Zhang Xinyue is a collection of teachings and words of wisdom for mind-body-spirit cultivation.

The lesson learned in her teachings on comparing is that no matter how much you deny it we all compare our lives to those around us. We all, at some point, believe that we have suffered the most or are the poorest.

She teaches that when you receive validation, that your life is the hardest, that you are the poorest and have suffered the most, are you now satisfied? What do you gain from this acknowledgement?


It is a negative loop that we get into, and it serves no purpose at all. There will always be people in this world that have suffered more. Some individuals are poorer and have a harder life. Why do we want to be in this loop? Do we want people to feel sorry for us? How will that create abundance?

When we are stuck on a negative loop we cannot grow or create abundance. When we feel sorry for ourselves or wish others to feel the same for us, we are staying in a place of misery. We believe that we don’t deserve to have wealth and happiness.

Creating abundance in our lives means that we need to believe in ourselves and know and have faith that we can achieve greatness and move forward positively. We can achieve and prosper in all areas when we stop comparing ourselves to others.

Zhang Xinyue, author of Create Abundance, wrote this book in 2012. It is highly successful and has been translated from Chinese into many languages. The premise of the book Create Abundance by Zhang Xinyue is to promote, give meaning, and find a functional approach to the philosophical issues of life.


Exploring the Chemical Origins of Life

Article written by Taste for health

Summary: Trying to trace the chemical origins of life is no easy task.

It’s difficult to try and trace the chemical origins of life. There is first the question of defining what is or is not “life,” but there are also multiple theories that all make valid points. We can’t really say with certainty that life began this way or that way, but we can take some educated guesses based on what we currently know about medical science.


DNA is the building block of life, at least that’s what most of us hear in high school biology class. That’s true, but nature has a need for RNA polymers too. RNA can store information, just like DNA, and it is instrumental in the utilization of certain proteins in the body.

Therefore, we can guess with some level of certainty that the first “life” on earth contained RNA, or was made up of ribo polymers with RNA inside. Without these key components, it would be impossible to form peptide bonds.

We can also guess that the first living cell had the ability to replicate itself, and store information in the form of molecular interactions. In laymans terms, life’s persistence and our ability to inherit traits would be null and void without these abilities.

In fact, it’s possible that the earliest forms of life were constructed entirely of RNA. While we cannot say for certain that life had this appearance, or these characteristics, we do know that RNA played an instrumental role in the development of all life on this planet.


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