Hi there. Today I’m talking about being rich – without money.
How could that be? Well I’d like to share two (somewhat) famous quotes about this, and then 4 ways that we can find ourselves wealthy, with things that money can’t actually buy.
I hope you enjoy reading.
This quote reaches out to us and speaks of how money isn't the answer. The famous actor explains that he wants others to be
aware of what really happens when you get rich and famous.
Even if you get ‘everything you ever dreamed’ of it – it doesn’t equate happiness, because as humans we have a deeper need than to just have material things.
So that’s one viewpoint on this issue. When we talk about being rich without money, we talk about having a life so full and valuable, that the amount of money we have in our pockets, essentially does not bring greater happiness.
I think that once we cross the line of poverty- then gaining endless wealth does not do anything to make us more happy individuals. Once we have what we need to live well, hoarding more adds no real extra value. Just something we wish could fill the void.
Wow, what a way to look at things. Who in today’s world measures happiness, by the level of satisfaction, as supposed to the level of possessions.
Being Rich without money is very much possible, because as the above quote shows, we actually generate our own wealth by the way we view money.
It’s actually the man who craves more and more that is poor. Little does he realize that money won’t cure his buried problem.
Let’s look at just 4 ways we can allow bountiful wealth into our lives.
Our character is a way we can add more riches to our life.
It’s remarkably wonderful the power we have to bring wealth and satisfaction
to our lives, just by the choices we make. Being rich in character is more
about personal development, and growing as a person.
Enjoy the gift of laughter every single day. You become rich in joy when you develop the pattern of having joy even when outside situations are ‘mediocre’. It also involves the battle of choosing to be happy, in your heart mind and having a more optimistic view to life. Money certainly doesn’t buy that.
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