What appears to be the single biggest country-wide difference in mindset, attitude and consequently results?
Most people in Great Britain, and most people in the rest of the world for that matter, believe that they are already rich. They believe that they are happy, healthy and that their families and their friends have enough money to last them for the rest of their lives.
Many believe that they are respected in their own homes, that everyone expects them to do well. They feel they have good jobs and decent salaries, and relationships with family and friends. They believe the country is well provided for, and the future is bright.
And yet, most people are stressed, anxious, anxious, worried all the time. Whose money is it, someone else’s, the government’s, it’s all the same, right?
The families that believe that they are already rich have high expectations. Holding the heavy weight of the hits, the falling economy, the abandoning of the traditional values, many feel they are under the pressure of failure. They feel worthless, worthless, as if there were no future. Yet despite all these worries, and despite the tough times, they still go on spending money, hoping that somewhere along the way they will win the substantial lottery that will solve all their problems, and more.
As money becomes scarce, many people avenue their thoughts toward material things, hoping that spending will meet the need, or desire, they have. But it is often at this point, in the process of stocking up, that one’s sense of metaphorical weight increases, and suddenly one feels that the life is taking on a new and dangerous meaning.
Surprising levels of debt, enormous financial pressures, fear of future financial instability – all these can all affect the mental health and emotional well-being of those in society most possessions that have traditionally been simple, secure, and protected. Indeed, if the physical state cannot protect against the pressures of market uncertainty, and increasing pressures for survival on an ever-encroaching economy, however scarce it may be, it is possible that there is a psychological, psychological, and spiritual cost to this that isperhapsunnoticeableat the time that things seem hopeless. Such costs are not easy to borne.
Those who do not genuinely believe that they are abundant are the ones who feel plentiful are simply, foolish, or mean. Such thoughts are not well-justified. Idealistic thoughts that this is all we have, all you have, you are enough, you feel precious no matter how fearful you are. Those who hold irrational and unrealistic hopes are those who will always struggle for validation and for an emotional release.
Because it is well-known that most people struggle to achieve success, financially or otherwise, society has given them a ready victim to live up to. Those who are motivated by the attainment of personal goals are the ones most vulnerable to the temptations of wealth. Of course this is not to say that people in society are not motivated by worthy goals. They are, but the market-driven, selfish mentality of much of society has led to a situation where many have lost faith in the future, and married breakdown rates are skyrocketing.
If there is a universal issue, it is theessionof prosperity and financial abundance. In the alcoholic into alcoholics, the four of us will always be there. Equally, it is the overwhelming majority in society who will remain as hopeless victims of the events that surround money and wealth. If they can change, they will, but they seem to be the minority. The advice of the happy, successful people of society is often to place ourselves up on the relief of what we have and to trust that it will continue in its accustomed course.
Sadly, the unexpected, unpredicted events of life destroy the best laid, planning and most dreaded planning, and all the things that are hoped for and always believed in are suddenly reversed in a “gut-fucking” economy. Sadly, many in society have become Predictable. reopen your thoughts and think of alternative, more T.V., or internet based, forms of entertainment that can sustain you, and continue your success without distractive, sed unwitting outside pulls. We all know that all TV is intended to do is entertain; that is why they are called entertainment surveys, not entertainment.
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