How Crabs In a Bucket Taught Me The Truth About Making Money
Have you ever seen crabs in a bucket? Did you know that just by watching them you could learn about money? Here is the truth that they’ve taught me.
Poverty is a thief! In fact, poverty is the most successful thief of all time, simply because it continues to rob without consequences. Poverty is by definition – the state of being inferior in quality or extremely poor. In other words poverty is a state of not ever being enough or having enough. From this place absolutely nothing is ever seen correctly, because its view is completely out of alignment with this universe and the creator of it and us. Below are some symptoms of poverty.Welcoming Wealth and Abundance To Your Life
While money does bring some financial comfort, money does not bring contentment and fulfillment. If your heart is no longer in the get rich kind of living, then it is time to start pursuing what you love. Pursue what your heart wants. You may now be at a point in your life where making money is important, but it is no longer the main reason why you exist. You are no longer focused on how rich you can get. You now realize that life is about living it to the fullest.A Love Letter From Money
It is the season of Love, and I think it’s time that we have a talk. You may not get a card or chocolates from me this Valentine’s Day, but I have a much more important gift for you.How to Release Your Faith in God’s Promises
First of all, what is faith? Faith is acting on the Word of God. Faith is a smile. If you really believe God heard and answered your prayer the moment you prayed, then you would smile. The Bible says in Hebrews 11:1 that faith is a substance. “Now faith is the substance of things of hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” This faith, this substance, is what you need to give substance to what you desire, what you hope to come to pass. If your hope has no substance, it will just stay hope and will never become reality. It’s like a balloon without air.