“If you think of our society you see how the older generation, coming as they do from hard times, often endorses a view that shortages are rife. All of our culture and even our sayings endorse this. A stitch in time saves nine. A penny saved is a penny earned. The meek shall inherit the earth….How many times have you heard that to make money you have to work hard? Who told you that? The people who told you were the ones who experienced life as hard. They wanted you to experience it in the same way so that you could join them and they wouldn’t get lonely.
The people who try to sell you on the struggle of life are those who, by the virtue of that struggle, know little about how to make it. Best not to use them as advisers. Of course the idea that hard work and struggle are inevitable is nonsense. Inside the energy of abundance, there is no struggle, only flow. If you are struggling there is something about your thinking or your modus that needs adjustment. Effort is a natural part of our physical state but struggle is laced with emotion, and that is unnatural and unholy. You don’t need it.”
Stuart Wilde, in “The Trick to Money is Having Some”
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