Wealth is a state of mind, and how we view it with gratitude. Yet we tend to associate wealth with money. But true wealth is in our relationships, the love we have and give, and the joy of each day. Everyone can be a wealthy person, starting now, this moment.
I am often struck by this positive definition of wealth in my travel and volunteering in developing nations. Families spend time together. They gather food from the fields together, cook together and share meals. It’s all about togetherness. Further, marriages are usually for a lifetime and divorce rates are low.
If we don’t focus on family time, we lose our greatest asset in natural wealth: relationships. Relationships with ourselves, our families, and precious friends who have become like family.
This “living wealth” creates happy, balanced, productive, lower stress lifestyles, because we are connected in the way we are meant to be.
Be Wealthy Today.
With Love, Pamela
In a similar vein, poverty can be mental, emotional or spiritual.