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Poverty and being poor : are they the same thing?
There’s a common notion about poverty and being poor. So many persons believe them to be the same thing.
But as a matter of fact these are two different things, they mean different things and represent different things. Pay attention and I’ll break them down for you to understand properly.
POVERTY (to live in poverty).
Poverty and being poor are actually states of mind. Each of them is depends or relies solely on how you see the world that you live in now.GIVE GIFTS TO OTHERS THAT KEEP ON GIVING FOR A LIFETIME
Poverty is defined as a mindset that showcases helplessness giving you this sense that there’s nothing you can do about your current financial situation at all.
For instance, there are people who depend on government programs to survive, now if these person’s earn enough money such that they no longer qualify to receive from any of these programs, they tend to mourn their handouts which is being taken away than the financial freedom they just gained.STRATEGIS TO DEVELOP AN ABUNDANCE MINDSET
Someone in poverty tends to make financial and work choices that will always limit their income in order to continue to just receive this free money and services from government.
People living in poverty usually feels they are owned certain money in life. They always have this believe that they should be able to do anything they want in life and still have these needs taken care of by another person. That’s poverty.GIVE A GIFT THAT KEEP ON GIVING
A good example is a lady who caters for her family and although she doesn’t make enough money. She somehow goes to the store every day to buy expensive food even when technically she can’t afford it.
She buys well decorated cakes for her kids birthday and eat out almost every day. Continue reading “THANKGIVING — BEING BLESS, SHARING, GIVING GIFTS THAT KEEP ON GIVING”