It is almost a sermon for the times that may be surmised from the reading of two books.
There is a chapter in Think and Grow Rich, which tells of a fabulous party at a hotel where eight of the richest and most influential men of those days are assembled. They transact business deals that make them even richer.
You Were Born Rich picks up the thread of the story 25 years later. Some of these multi-billionaires have died in poverty, others ended their own lives.
What was motivating and inspiring in one book gives pause for thought in the second. Not that there is anything wrong in accumulating wealth, but some of these people had overlooked one law of life.
According to Bob Proctor, who is a great inspirational writer, such a law is to love humanity, not wealth. The reversal of that law creates misery.
Surmise what you will from the above, be happy and stay rich, for you were born rich. So long as money keeps circulating in the system, and doesn't sit there "in a jar", everything should be okay, for not only is humanity born rich, we all are the spiritual wealth of God.
As Christmas nears, do as the Good Lord would have us do, and show your kindness to the world.
Wish you all a Merry Christmas.