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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

GETTING RICH

What does it mean to be rich and how can you get rich?


YOU ARE NOT RICH, UNTILL YOU HAVE SOMETHING THAT MONEY CAN’T BUY”

      Who doesn’t dream of being rich? Who doesn’t dream of having beautiful homes, nice cars and a lot of vacations? I think that we are all are, after all the money is of the things that seduce us all, rich and poor equal.  But, is being rich would make me happy? I don’t think so, I have never dreamed of being rich by finding the hidden treasure. I have never wanted to have a lot of money that my late aunt of grandmother left me or in a way that is only about pure luck and not something I worked hard to reach and make. To me, being rich is all about success. I know that no one is rich without being a successful person.  To me being rich is one of the metric that I can measure my success with. Of course richness have its own advantages and comes with so many beautiful and luxury life, but I can get these things while I am not successful enough in my life and won’t be ever remotely happy.  I think that won’t lead me to happiness. What would bring me joy and happiness in life is to live as a good and successful human being, but more of the above is to fulfill my rule as a human, because god didn’t create me to take without giving, but I believe that he created us in a way that we would only find happiness, which is more important that richness, but giving more than we take.   So Yeah, I believe that I won’t be rich until I have something that money can’t buy which is “Success”.


I would really love to know what being rich means in your dictionary and also why do you want to be rich, so leave that in a comment, because I really want to know. 
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24 comments:

  1. Love this quote!

    xx. The Coastal Confidence
    http://the-coastalconfidence.com/

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  2. To me, being rich is doing something you love so much that you don't think about the money you're making. You just focus on your passion!
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    1. I totally agree with you. This is one of the best type of richness.

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  3. Great post! In love <3
    Hearts from www.shebebutfierce.com XOX

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  4. Love this! I definitely agree, while I love the finer things in life and want a certain lifestyle for myself, I really want the success that makes that kind of life possible. I'm not content to just sit around and do nothing, I need to create things and share my work with others, and that's always been the goal.

    - Lindsey, The Fashion Barbie

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    1. Yes that is true, don't believe that no one is just content with sitting down and doing nothing.

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  5. great quote Esraa <3<3

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  6. Wonderful post, Esraa and so true! Being rich means being happy! Being a nice person truly makes you rich. Not material goods, etc.
    xoxo, Vanessa
    www.WhatWouldVWear.net

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  7. Being content and happy with friends in your life is to be rich

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  8. So true! I think having good relationships makes you "rich".
    ~Jessica
    Jeans and a Teacup

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  9. Great thoughts. I agree that being rich isn't in having the things you can buy although I am quick to get caught up in consumerism.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

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    1. Who doesn't get caught from time to time? Thanks for stopping by Amy.

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  10. Such an inspiring post! What about to follow each other on gfc?

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    1. Don't have a GFC hon. what about bloglovin.

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  11. Hi Esraa,

    To me it means being fine with myself, happy and always looking at the bright sight of life. Of course, I like the finer things in life and therefore I work, create, do the best I can. That's all.... :-)

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  12. I think that's great. I love working on myself and looking at the brighter sight of life.

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