Just the other day I overheard a conversation at the coffee shop that two people were having about the wealthy. They seem to both be agreeing with the initial statement that caught my ear. Which was and I quote.
“ The rich are too rich”
Rich people are so greedy and when is enough, enough?
The conversation continued to include such highlights as:
* They waste money on frivolous luxury items
*They don’t pay their fair share in taxes
*And they don’t contribute to the less fortunate
I pondered this conversation for the rest of the day, and I came to this conclusion.
These are not the actions of rich people, but unfortunately are the actions of a portion of humanity.
It’s not the money that makes people evil.
I like to think of money as an amplifier, it takes whoever you are as a spiritual being and gives you the opportunity to have a very powerful tool to do good, if that is your nature.
Having hatred toward someone based on their wealth is just another form of prejudice. You might as well be making your judgment based on the color of their skin.
I remember when I was young and I would see someone driving my dream car, the only thought that came to mind was why couldn’t I have that? It looks so easy for them… They must be lucky!
It wasn’t until I got older that I realized I was only seeing the result of what was usually a tremendous amount of effort and hard work. This is why I always appreciate when someone rich and famous shares their true struggle that they experienced before their fortune and fame. For example JK Rowling the author of Harry Potter, she has always been very open about being at rock bottom, to appoint where she even contemplated suicide.
I’ve been fortunate enough to meet several millionaires, to have them as friends and even work with them.
They have all proven to be some of the most caring, compassionate and supportive people that I know.
And they all have one thing in common…
Each one of them had to change their mindset! We have all heard terms like, think like a millionaire, the millionaire mindset and my favorite think and grow Rich.
And it’s true!
If you weren’t born with the titanium spoon in your mouth, you are probably just like me and need to change the way you think about money, success and abundance.
Last year when one of my “millionaire” friends Dr. Joe Vitale and I hosted the advanced ho’oponopono certification program, we asked one of our good friends Dr. Steve G Jones to be a guest speaker. I had met Steve before through Joe and was excited to have the opportunity to not only work with him, but also hang out and pick his brain for new ideas and spiritual tools.
I really enjoy Steve’s company, not only is he a very intelligent person but he speaks on a level that is easy for me to understand. That is why I wish that people like the ones at the coffee shop would be open to the idea of learning from a man like Steve.
Of course not everyone has the privilege of being able to speak face-to-face with him, in fact he is in such demand that private consultations with him cost $25,000!
But, if you’re serious about changing your mindset and learning how to move your limiting beliefs to the side, giving you a fair playing field to become as successful and live a life of abundance, you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars, you don’t even need to spend hundreds of dollars. You can get the information that will teach you this new way of thinking for less than $50.
The choice is yours, no one can make you do it. You need to take charge of your destiny so that you can have the tools that will give you the power to experience an incredible life.
Follow this link and watch Steve’s video, it’s guaranteed to change your life for the better.
Peace, love and music,
Please forgive me – I’m sorry – Thank you – I love you