2 thoughts on “Money

  1. Yep. And when we’re on the latter side of want – we meet unwanted and sometimes unsuspected things in ourselves: pride, embarrassment on a huge scale, humbling ourselves if we feel we need to ask others for help, and a host of things we never wanted to know about or do. I’m hoping the equation flips to the top side because there it is so much easier. Easier in feeling a bit smug because one can help instead of having to ask for help; feeling bountiful and a bit superior (I know I did, I didn’t WANT to feel superior and I honestly gave the help asked for without expectations..but there was the glimmer of superiority in it all the same), but the best thing about having versus not having is the freedom. Once you’ve had THAT, it’s real hard to go back to wanting again.

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