I’m still kind of figuring that out, honestly. I only even shared the story above because of what I read in The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck. Manson does a great job of beginning with the end in mind with his three subtleties implemented throughout the book. I’m not yet done manifesting my soul power (i.e. dignity), but I’ll let you know when I get there. Until then, I’m going to focus on what I can, like the little leaps and bounds of small wins.
Material wealth doesn’t matter for the well being of your soul. You can’t really hoard the intangibles in life either. I guess that means it’s something to be shared. I think spiritual wealth if we attempt to quantify it, comes in a few different ways.
“You never fail until you stop trying.”
I’ve gotta hand it to you, believing in the magic of you is no mere trick. Indeed, it requires strong will and trust in a higher power (i.e. God). Your lack of trust doesn’t result in a forced hand, but if you choose the route of pure certainty, you’re asking for a forced hand.
Choosing the ordinary is never a bad thing. Choosing to not change is a bad thing.