Stigma of the rich: Does success in life mean failure in a relationship?
In this world, there is a very real phenomenon, when people with a lot of money are often judged, and sometimes even alienated. There exists a real stigma, created not only by resentment and jealousy, but also by the widespread assertion that people who attract and accumulate money somehow do something wrong. As if they are cheating the system or doing something unethical to be successful in life.
So, it asks the question, is it worth the money, if it means it will reflect people? Does it alienate you?
The whole idea of money, which is somehow connected with unethical behavior, is interesting, and it is a myth that, undoubtedly, laid its place somewhere in the American psyche and, indeed, in the world as a whole. For centuries, people who could not or did not want to see another idea of what kind of money they represent perpetuated this lie.
It is passed on to growing children, and we absorb this idea as we age, imprinting it on the computer of the mind. Your beliefs really create your reality and determine your level of success in life. They determine what is real and what is not real in your life, and many who learn to think outside the box believe that creating a force to change your beliefs directly changes your reality and your life.
As we grew up thinking now adults, we have the ability to decide what is true, and not just rely on everything that the truth society has given us. And one great truth that I found in my life is that wealth is not inherently evil.
In fact, people who create wealth and success in their lives are often the ones that create the greatest value, after all, what power does money have, but the power that we give, allowing it to be of value?
And not only that, but also those who have money, have the ability, and often the desire, to give more. There is no basis for treasure, when they have so much, while someone with limited thinking must cling to everything they have. In fact, many find the key to success in life – it's to find how you can better serve others.
Here is the answer to the initial question, although, you will be alienated, choosing a different faith than the opinion of modern society? My question in answer to this question is: why do you care?
Listen, people are subjective, especially ignorant people. No matter what you do in this world, someone is going to judge you and talk about you and maybe even cause problems. It's fair whether you have money or not money, and this is most likely a reality in your life right now.
95% of the world will never change. They will never grow personally or strive for a better life. They will never succeed. Look around, are these 95% of people really happy? Will they ever come?
What you need to care for is part of the 5% that pushes for a greater peace and greater existence on Earth, 5% who honestly strive to create value for others. Their contribution is often even contagious, extends to others and causes more gifts and creators of value on this Earth. Their heritage lives, even when they are not.
It is often people who attract and accumulate wealth.
Do not let other people watch what you are and what you want in this world. They do not know anything about you, and in almost all cases those who judge you work from a set of information that is very limited in scope. These are people in the world that you really should not worry about, they will always find a way of hating someone and will always be unhappy. They very rarely have real successes in life.
Find the truth for yourself. Do not listen to me or anyone else about what is good or what is not. Take the time to think and grow as a person, decide what brings value to this world, and then decide if it is worth having a piece.
But never forget that the best relationships in this world are never built on the court and, of course, not the amount of money or their absence in your bank account. It should be built on respect, trust and common bonds. Anything less is not worth worrying about.