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Is Money Robbing You?

Published on 6/28/2018
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This on the surface may seem like an unusual question but let me ask another. When you run out of money or when it is extremely low, do you feel deflated, diminished, sad or a sense of unworthiness?


If you answered yes to any of the above, you may unknowingly see money (or the money you have) as a reflection of who you are. In other words, money determines who you are or how you value yourself as a human being.


It is not surprising that this context in which we value money is so prevalent among us given how we were reared or socialized. For example, as children some were taught that the more important goals in life are to get a good education, get a good job, get married and raise a family and retire...then you would have succeeded.


The one thing that will make all this possible is...yes, money. Subconsciously then, we associate money with our life goals and begin to see money as our life's provision rather than a means to an end. Therefore the marriage of money and our concept of a successful life is consumated.


When we have money and particularly discretionary money, we feel good, happy and even more energetic.


To the degree we live in this context, we will experience the ebb and flow of happiness as it relates to the ebb and flow of our money.


The context within which we value ourselves must therefore be greater or more substancial than money.




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