To Be Rich

I was asked these questions today.

1. What does it mean to be rich for you all? Is it a life style you’re after or is it something else?

2. What does it mean to feel rich?

3. Are you emotionally and mentally equal to the wealth you desire?

Be honest if you aren’t. You still have chances to keep improving your answers until you reach quantum gravity. ‘Time’ isn’t real. Only what you let go of and ALLOW for more to come to your door to receive it.

So, I answered…
It’s a lifestyle, but also a mindset. I found out my grandfather was wealthy when he passed. A man who froze chicken gizzards and didn’t have an air conditioner because food is precious and electricity is expensive.
To feel rich means no worries. No more skipped meals so my kids can eat. No more selling possessions to pay bills. Rich is being able to care for my family, friends, and other who have stood by me. And even strangers. I’m the one putting $20 bills in coat pockets at the salvation army. I’m the one paying off layaways at Christmas. I’m the one tipping servers $100s and $1000s. I’m the one taking my parents on vacation to Disney. I’m the one with savings accounts for all the kids in the family. I’m the one.
No. I’m not. And I know it. I’m working on myself. I’m working on many aspects of myself and my own self esteem and self worth.
Right now I’m coming to terms with the fact that I’m not in control and I’m totally in control.
A wise women told me to write my job into existence. I’m going to do better than that. I’m going to write my life in existence. My money, my wealth, my fortune, my family, my love, my life. All the best parts of it. My heart my soul my love my life.
Starting now.


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