We’ve been discussing if money is necessary for prosperity. It’s been a fascinating dialogue. This all reminds me of a discussion I had with a CEO of a company after I spoke at his convention about developing prosperity consciousness. I showed some slides of my sports cars and explained how important it is that your car matches your shoes every day. He wasn’t amused.
He told me, “Randy the world can’t afford for everyone to drive four or five exotic cars. The rainforests are disappearing and over consumption is destroying the planet. You’ve got to stop preaching this prosperity stuff.”
So what do you think about that?
When I tell people that they can manifest prosperity – which may include cars, homes, clothes and other beautiful things – is it really anti-earth, and thus anti-prosperity? And weren’t Mother Theresa, Albert Schweitzer, and Gandhi all poor?
Check in with your thoughts below and we’ll look at it deeper tomorrow.