True Wealth is Found in the Heart and Mind, Not in the Pocket

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True wealth is not of the pocket, but of the heart and of the mind.

Sure, we all have to put food on the table, keep the lights on and pay the bills. But is this what it means to be wealthy? Or can true wealth be found in the heart and mind? Both, of course! Read on to find out why true wealth doesn’t just come from your pocket, but from within you as well!

The definition of true wealth
True wealth is not measured by how much money you have. It’s measured by what you do with your money. There are many wealthy people who do not have a lot of material possessions but they are rich in life experience, knowledge and wisdom. True wealth comes from having a sense of inner peace and contentment.

The things money can’t buy
The thing money can’t buy is love. Money can’t buy happiness. Money can’t buy a fulfilling life or a sense of purpose. Money can’t buy you real friends. True wealth is not of the pocket but of the heart and mind. It’s impossible to measure true wealth with your bank account because it means different things to different people. We all know that our closest family members and friends are worth more than any material possession. You’ll never be able to find true joy from making money alone; it’s from doing something you’re passionate about.

The benefits of having true wealth
It is difficult to find true wealth if you are only looking for it in your pocket. True wealth is found not just with money but with a clear mind and heart as well. Here are some benefits of having true wealth:
-Being able to find peace no matter what life throws at you -Having someone to turn to when times get tough -Knowing that you have everything that you need or want to live a happy life

How to obtain true wealth
True wealth is not to be found in the size of your bank account but in your ability to help others. According to Thomas A. Edison The wealth of any country depends on how well it uses its resources. The key words here are uses its resources. If you have money but don’t use it for good – giving back to society, then you really have nothing. It’s not about how much money you earn but what you do with that money that counts. So before we worry about how much we have or where we are going to get more money from let’s focus on what we can do with what we already have.

Dr. Sajeev Dev
Dr. Sajeev Dev
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