The beauty of human freethinking is our greatest gift that  we can choose how we feel about any circumstance at any time. New perspectives are available to us all, at all times.
For example, if you are feeling stressed because of a demanding job and the high-maintenance tenants leasing your  investment property. You cane re-frame your mind and make yourself see as to how fortunate you are  to not only have a lucrative career but also to own real estate.
There are many ways that our lives are richer than we realize. It’s all in the perspective we have while we sit down to asses ourselves and our lives.
Let’s focus on wealth in the traditional sense or to be precise the money itself. Mainly because it’s always the perceived prize, the foundation for how we measure our success, our self-worth, even our happiness.
Now we shall see why you are richer than you think and why you will never have enough money.
The never-ending quest for more money is not akin to abundance, its contradictory to the true meaning of wealth.
With money, there is no such thing as enough. Unlike food, entertainment, sleep or social outings. Very few of us will ever say, “That is sufficient — no more is needed.”
There is no “X” amount of money in the banks that feels satisfying. Someone else always has more.
If we live a life of comparison we set ourselves up for misery. Someone else will always have a bigger house, grander wedding, fancier vacation. This never, ever ends no matter how hard you work, what you buy or what where you live.
If we have more, we spend more and require more and newer things. This is like a trap. We start out small, get a little promotion and we are thrilled. Very quickly us human beings become used to each new standard of living and want more.
Psychologists call this “hedonic adaptation.” We get used to our upgrades very quickly. If you own a boat and a cool car you’ll be looking achingly at a yacht and the newer version of your already sweet ride pretty soon.
As you earn more, the stakes are raised. Each time our income is increased, taking us from one economic bracket to another, we find ourselves at the bottom of a new rung on the ladder once again. The lifestyles of those in your social and professional circles elevate each time your income does. We never feel we have made it, as we are either new to a certain bracket or comfortably within our current one or therefore focused on the next bracket.
Lack is a recurring mindset. True wealth is an internal condition. The sooner we make up our minds that we have enough, no matter our circumstances, the happier we are.
no wonder Coco Chanel said: “There are people who have money and there are people who are rich.”
The way to recognize your true wealth is to acknowledge the special things in your life right now, particularly the things that money cannot purchase. Think of how much everything you have would mean to somebody else who dreams of it love, friendship, health, family; the list is endless.
Buddha taught us that it’s not our belongings that matter but our precious time here on earth to live our authentic truth. He said, “The problem is, you think you have time.”
We think our time here is eternal but the fact is that we never know when it can come to an end. It’s too easy to forget to live our lives in a meaningful way, especially when we think that chasing more money is the sole answer and the goal.

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