There is no nobility in poverty; that is to say, there are beautiful people who are poor, but being poor does not necessarily make you beautiful.
There is no sense in relishing poverty.
We serve no purpose by being small, and we can best help others from a position of strength; not weakness.
Take a vow of total abundance.
Declare that you believe in balance, and therefore, full spectrum inner and outer (spiritual and worldly) wealth and empowerment, also known as freedom.
The lie that you can’t make money doing what you love is just a projection of your self-accepted unworthiness. We are all worthy of abundance.
The great Earth is abundant, and we are its stewards; endless wealth is ours.
We have the wealth of the universe; it’s all accessible, but you have to claim the abundance.
You don’t have to be poor to be deeply spiritual, and in fact, spirituality can bring every type of wealth there is to be had.
What the world needs more than anything are more spiritual millionaires and spiritual billionaires; the world needs conscious leadership! Maybe that leader is you.
Money is not a problem in the world; hard hearts are the real problem – the hard hearts of both the rich and the poor.
Unkind and selfish people, whether they be rich or poor, live in abject poverty.
Yes, you have permission to make money – lots of it.
Let your wealth aid in funding your passions, visions and hopes for others.
And like all energy, such as time, effort, money and thought – spend it compassionately, purposefully and in service of others.
For those who say money is evil or that it hardens your heart; speak for yourself – that’s only your relationship with money.
Money only magnifies and extends who you already are.
Negative people who criticize and judge others just because they have money, spend their scant resources of time and effort foolishly and with a mean spirit.
I became rich because I have a rich heart.
I became wealthy because I spent my poverty well and kindly. Open yourself to the possibility of your total empowerment! Contrary to what you may think, real leadership is not about superiors and their followers.
Leadership is not about the senseless accumulation of wealth and power.
Proper leadership concerns itself with what it does with its power to serves others. The endgame of leadership is fostering dignity in the lives of others.
Real leaders want to create and empower other leaders; only the phonies hog it all for themselves.
Real leaders spend more of their energy helping others than helping themselves.
Real leadership is less about leading and more about service.
Real leadership is about giving and carrying the dreams and hopes of others in your heart every step of the way. The distinguishing characteristic of a true leader is pure elation in seeing others prosper.
It is time that spiritual people open themselves to total abundance without shame or guilt. The world needs more conscious and caring leaders who are empowered, not only with integrity and big hearts but with cold hard cash!
Embrace the resources that can help bring more positivity, compassion, understanding, and change into the world!