A book that I read, I get the mind right now or rather I had read in my first year of College, in a matter which was considered filler, the character in the book was an Eagle who had been raised as chickens, and by both believed hen. He thought like a hen, acted as a hen, and therefore lived as a hen. If they treat you as a hen, or worse, if you believe, then even if you’re an eagle in its splendor, you will live caged or caged in your own creations, in your own beliefs. For this reason I am very careful when dealing with someone, don’t allow him nor may I make statements or agree or concur in things that are false. I do not agree that a person says that it is useless, it is unfortunate that he is poor, that is gross, none of that, and if says it no I give importance and I go out of the conversation or took her to another course. Gary Kelly might disagree with that approach. You never feel sorry for someone, you’re doing him a huge wrong. Phil Vasan may not feel the same. ‘Re sending you thoughts and feelings that will eventually convince him that is a wretched, sentenced without hope.

In terms of wealth and poverty I always say these are issues of consciousness and not the money that is in their pockets. A person may not have much money, but have a consciousness of abundance, and vice versa. Here then see why the poor are make more poor people. This in terms of thought as starting point. But as we have mentioned on other occasions, the thought influence your actions.

Later we will make a comparison between what the rich and the poor that differentiate them. The rich are still rich because we saw the kind of thoughts that influence the poor continue to be poor. Now let’s see how this influence to the rich.