A New Year’s Catalyst To Mend Last Year’s Broke Hearted Bank Account
Money doesn’t buy you happiness. Love can’t be supported with well wishes. Read to discover the catalyst for happiness and riches.
THE LOVE OF MONEY
Side to side. Back and forth. Life takes you around a twisted path. The goals never change. The ambition is a re-run. The story of boy gets girl never gets old. The history of struggling to be a millionaire is repeated. We tell ourselves different words. The sentences are the same. Ironically, you’re still in pursuit of lost love. You’re frustrated you haven’t hit it big. Let’s change your money story with this article’s narration.
Here we go.
THE COMMON BIBLICAL MONEY MISQUOTE
You’ve heard the saying, ‘Money is the root of all evil.’ I’m sure you know it. What you don’t know is the saying is a misquote. Biblical scripture is the accurate source.
Accuracy comes from the 1st book of Timothy. Specifically verse 6:10. The King James Version quote is as follows:
“For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.”
When large sums of money evade you there are few issues which cause evasion. The most common issue is you are under the impression money is bad. This may occur on a subconscious level. Consciously telling yourself money is bad and subconsciously believing are the same.
The other issue which causes money evasion is lack of a catalyst. I’ll explain the term in a minute. First the mindset issue.
Short and too the point examples. It’s the best way to illustrate subconscious examples.
Consciously telling yourself money is bad and subconsciously believing are the same.
Example 1. You get nervous withdrawing large sums of money from a bank.
Example 2. You do not want to travel in a commercial airline with more than a certain amount of…