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Money Matters

Two weeks back we discussed about the Worth of Money where we mentioned things that are above Money, and why they are above Money. Today lets discuss about why Money Matters!, if you haven’t read my previous blog post the Worth of Money i highly encourage you to do so.

Money, means a whole lot of emotions to many of us. Often times we either avoid the topic or doesn’t discuss thinking what others will think. Majority of us have associated the negative emotions like Greed, Lust, Selfishness with Money. The way majority think about Money is also the reason why majority lacks it. Today we urge you to think like Minority.

Let us think of Money as Freedom, Money as a Tool, Money as a Servant not just for you but also for your loved ones. Make Money a positive emotion and wealth will follow you. That said, I am not saying Money doesn’t make a few of us blind, and force us to do even the gruesome crimes like murder, rape etc. But before criticizing Money lets not forget it is just a Tool, And a Tool is as good as the person using it. All Money do is give you the Power, and the Freedom of Choice. How you use this power or freedom is totally up to you. You can use Money to give back to the society, or you can use it to further exploit the society. Just like you holding the cash have the choice where, how and when to spend.

Most of us live paycheck to paycheck, and are a few paychecks away from insolvency. Some of us are already broke and are spending way above the means i.e. we earn 100 dollars and spend 110 (this situation is worse in some countries than other). The point is many of us lack financial literacy, because it isn’t taught in any class or anywhere in this professional world! The Education system is designed in a way to not let you be free but instead follow the instructions. It doesn’t teach you how to think, but what to think. That is why you need to take control in your hand. You need to switch gears, or it will be too late before you reach the destination. The first step to be Financially Literate is to understand the financial mean – the Money. So, lets discuss why Money Matters.

5 reasons why Money Matters –

1.Basic NeedsMoney help you build a shelter, buy some clothes and get food on your plate. Without these you pretty much can’t survive.

2.Dream Executor Money can help you execute your dreams. It give wings to your desire. You want to be a pilot, go enroll in a University. You want to be a hotelier go own a Hotel. You can also start a Business of your choice, without the headache of getting it the required fund, because even if you are not funding it fully with money comes the networking, the contacts, the people whom you can ask to invest. With proper funding dreams get traction in the physical world.

3.As a Fuel – Money act as a fuel for the causes you care about. You can start a project or a movement to help the needy, the weak or the underprivileged. Money is not just for the self it can also help fuel your selfless desire, and things you truly care about.

4.Gives a ChoiceMoney gives you an opportunity to choose what you like. Think for a second, Did you buy a car you like or the one you had to? Did you buy the watch you always wanted or the one you just had to? Did you buy your dream house or the one you can afford? With enough Money you can afford that Dream Car you always wanted, or the Mansion you always dreamed about. Money can give you access to all the exclusive & luxury items.

5. To achieve the highest self Money helps you live with abundance & prosperity, true to your purpose. Your consciousness matters! With Money you can spread the consciousness, open up your heart, and feel the bliss, spreading joy everywhere.

Still not convinced, just imagine the smile you can give to a child, buy just buying them a little balloon. So next time you think about MONEY, choose your words wisely.

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