If somebody asks you “Are You Wealthy” what will you say? Throw me that question and without a blink of my eye, I will say “definitely.”
When we speak of wealth, it is not all about money. However, the sad truth is, people equate wealth to something physical, something material. A person with a lot of money in the bank, drives a nice car, lives in a posh village and wears branded clothes is considered to be wealthy and successful. But is that real wealth or is it superficial wealth?
Wealth is an individual thing and it is perspective. In as far as the context in which you look at it, wealth is not about money. I think wealth is about the best things in life. The blessings — health, home, family, your spiritual life, your faith, your attitude.
The wealthiest people I have known are not the people that may have the largest bank account, but they are the ones that understand what the true blessings of life are, and they are so grateful for that.
All of us are wealthy if only we know how to appreciate the real treasures of life. Having daily food on the table, water to drink, a happy family, a job that sustains our needs, all these are treasures. The kind of wealth that no amount of money can buy.
Your greatest treasures are just right before your very eyes. Change your mindset, change your perception. Change your attitude and have a heart of gratitude and you will realize you are not only wealthy but blessed, far more than you can imagine.