A friend told me today that she has completely paid for her children’s four year college. Two children. Two universities. The kids aren’t in h.s. yet.
Another friend mentioned that they paid for someone else’s mission trip to another country.
And still another said she could buy a house, paid in full.
Sometimes money, isn’t about us. Sometimes, it’s all about how we can bless others.
I was paid today. And the funds are going directly to pay the Navy back with something they over paid us for a year ago. All is well. There was no anxiety, or scrambling, or wondering were the extra funds would come from. So, yeah, this check goes to correct the mixup in government calculations. All is well.
We are in this together. You guys, through the thick and thin. Sickness, and health. Poverty, and financial outpouring. Sadness, and elated. Stress, and calm. Humanity.
It takes work and effort.
It requires grace for self and others.
It means focus and refocus.
And with consistency and grit.
It will work.
The people that thrive are willing to shift their negative mindset, they don’t allow the naysayer to cripple their own well being.
What do you need? Do you need to pay for groceries or an ER visit? Do you want to travel? Do you need to purchase petrol for your car? Do you want to buy a house? Do you need a new car? Or new shoes? Or a coffee?
Money is a very small part of life. And in the same bit, if it is not under control, nor disciplined is can become a very large part of life. Let’s do this thing together, and put money is it’s place. No longer shall there be arguments concerning too little and stress about not enough and let’s get to blessing the world with the gift we’ve been given.
Take the gift, ya all.