Thursday, 1 December 2016

The Desire to Get Something-for-nothing makes You Poor

“If we are born poor, it is not our fault, but if we die poor, it is!”…… Bill Gates

Anyone who thinks he or she can get something-for-nothing forgets the natural law of “Cause and Effect.” The law of “Cause and Effect” is very thorough and does not spare the indolent. Even in physics, the law has been proven to work effectively. It simply means “action and reaction are always equal and opposite.” What you give is in direct proportion to what you get. In computer parlance, it is GIGO, “Garbage In, Garbage Out.” There is no free-lunch anywhere except in a mouse-trap. According to Napoleon Hill, “Life has no bargain counters. Everything has a price which must be paid in one form or another. No man is smart enough to cheat life. It has been tried by the smartest of men without success.” You can’t get something for nothing. What a farmer sows is what he reaps. “Life is like a cafeteria. You take your tray, select your food and pay at the other end. You can get anything you want as long as you are willing to pay the price. In a cafeteria, if you wait for people to serve you, you will wait forever.”  That is life for you. You make choices and pay the price to succeed.  Anyone who desires to go contrary to this natural course of events is making a clear choice to be poor. Poverty is a choice. Wealth is also a choice. What determines which you choose, is your thought-process followed by positive-action. That is what makes the difference.

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