Meaning of Wealth Page 2

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Warmth And Destiny
You are a person who exudes warmth as you pass by others on the street. You have a countenance that says you are in control of your own person, which means that you control your own destiny and that you are willing to work hard to accomplish what it is you desire from life.

You are the backbone of your family where strength of character does not mean that you cannot express compassion, love and caring.

Time Related To Giving
You are a person who gives freely of your time to help others who are in need of your attention whether that is at a local community group or helping out for school parent teachers meetings, or offering your assistance and time to canvas your neighbourhood for cancer or for some other worthy and necessary cause.

To Help Is To Possess More Than You Think
The expression of wealth for you is to walk down the street to a neighbour's house so that you can help clean when an elderly person is sick, or go to the grocery store for them, or to take them out for a medical or dental appointment.

Your Definition Should Include These Things
Wealth for you is the peace that you experience when you walk slowly through a park, or a quiet time spent reading a good book in your backyard, or a drive to the country along with your partner or children.

It is the playful antics of crawling on the floor with your children playing a game, or making popsicles for your children on a warm summer day, or taking your dog for a walk as you admire the fall foliage and the fresh smell of the autumn day.

The Final Analysis
As you can see, wealth isn't necessarily about money; it is more the wealth that you have within your own soul and what comes out through your mouth and heart.

Inspirational Quotes for Reflection:
"Forgive and never look back at the past. You will find that the void that anger and vengeance has created will slowly be filled with happiness and hope." L. S. Louvain

"Let us not get so busy or live so fast that we can't listen to the music of the meadow or the symphony that glorifies the forest. Some things in the world are far more important than wealth; one of them is the ability to enjoy simple things." Dale Carnegie

"It is neither wealth nor splendor; but tranquility and occupation which give you happiness." Thomas Jefferson

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