are constantly seeking security, and you will find that seeking
security is actually a very ephemeral thing. Even attachment to money is
a sign of insecurity. You might say, “When I have X million dollars,
then I’ll be secure. Then I’ll be financially independent and I will
retire. Then I will do all the things I really want to do.” But it never
happens – NEVER happens.
Those who seek security chase it for a
lifetime without ever finding it. It remains elusive and ephemeral,
because security can never come from money alone. Attachment to money
will always create insecurity no matter how much money you have in the
bank. If fact, some of the people who have the most money are the most
Deepak Chopra, in “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success”
For more information regarding this book visit Amazon.
service since 1999, “Ponder on This” benefits subscribers, authors, and
publishers by including “links” to Amazon.com where subscribers can
learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it. In all instances
these links are provided as a convenience,and do NOT generate any type of
compensation for Pondercentral.