“All that is is all there is” is a decidedly lack-oriented comment. While in truth all that you can sense as existing appears to be all there is, it is not so. There is more. Yet there is never more, for the word and cannot be applied to infinity. Neither can less, other or lack. Abundance can, however, as can beingness, joy and love. Less of any of those is not quantifiable. More than any of those is equal to the nature of the thing itself. Make your vision according to anything other than these and you will at some point experience lack. Lack can be measured as the distance between a thing and infinity, or it can be seen as that which you have yet to discover about your reality. Ridding yourself of the concept of lack facilitates the creation of realities in which lack is seen as opportunity. Neither apparent nor real lack is naturally inevitable when viewed as nothing other than possibility. It naturally proceeds that opportunity becomes that which was perceived as lacking and the possibility for infinite abundance, joy and love can be brought to the awareness being the experiencer and thus brought into being.