The quote to left by Eckhart Tolle weighs heavy on my mind and will not release me. I have chased abundance and prosperity all of my life. I have found them, gripped them, and then thrown it all away. I have relished financial prosperity and then made poor decisions. (Or did I?). I have made wise decisions that brought me joy and emptied my accounts. I was raised with a sense of fear surrounding money and a sense of lack. For a decade I have attempted to release and reverse these inculcations and other negative messages surrounding money, prosperity, and financial abundance.
I have successfully abandoned the position that money is of cardinal importance to success and happiness in my life (or anyone else's for that matter: it is continually demonstrated to me that one can be quite successful and joyously happy without money, and that many that have much wealth are the most miserable). I have withdrawn from the rat race and freed myself of the golden handcuffs that once bound me. I also deny the moral aphorism that money or want of money is the root of all evil. Money is a tool, and therefore not inherently "evil" (if there is even such a thing as "evil", that is questionable as well), any more than a gun or a knife is inherently "evil". I want money, and I am certainly not evil. I would not trade my health or happiness or past experiences for any amount of money! I have experienced an incredible, adventurous life...
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