Gaining wealth is not the key to happiness. If you're looking for true abundance, don't worry about how much money you have in your account or how valuable your possessions are. Instead, measure yourself by what truly matters: self-worth.
True prosperity isn't just about net worth - it's about self-worth too. And while having a high net worth may be nice, it won't guarantee that you'll also feel good about yourself - or that others will see you as valuable. It will, however, increase your self-worth - because you'll be able to look back and reflect on all the ways that you helped yourself and others.
Abundance isn't about the cloth you wear or how many pairs of shoes you own. It's about being grateful for your health, family, and friends. It's about being willing to help someone in need - and knowing that, in turn, one day someone will do the same for you. True abundance isn't just about what's in your bank account; it's also about how you earn it, why you work hard and how you share it with others.
Abundance is about giving back more than you take. There's no more excellent gift anyone can give, and now you can also look in the mirror and be grateful to give that gift.
You're abundant for yourself - Even if you don't have a lot of money
As long as you believe that you have a good heart and are kind towards others, it doesn't matter how much money or possessions you have. You can look in the mirror and feel content.
You're abundant for your family and friends - Even if you can't buy them things
Your family and friends are with you because they appreciate what you bring to their lives. And yes, it's nice to be able to buy birthday presents or give your kids an ample allowance every week. But if that's all that you have to offer, then understand that they will one day leave you behind.
How you talk matters - even when your net worth is high
Your words are important to you and others - even if you can't say them. If you know how to get along with people and listen, your family will always be happy, and your friends will stick with you. So don't just sit back waiting for things to happen. You can still have a significant impact on others' lives using the wisdom that's inherent in your spirit.
You're abundant when you spread your time and love
When you're busy helping others, it means that you're not thinking about yourself. And when you're not thinking about yourself, it means that you don't need as much money or stuff to feel satisfied. Being selfless shows the world that true wealth is about giving your time and energy to others - not what's in your bank account. You may have a good heart and be generous with others, but sometimes people cannot see that. So show them by helping someone in need and letting them know how much you care.
True abundance isn't about the things you have or how much money is in your bank account. It's about being grateful for what you have, why you have it, and how you share it with others - so that even when times get tough, you'll always feel good about yourself.