The Sole Purpose of Money is to Express Appreciation

One of the greatest powers on earth is the expression of gratitude/appreciation. It will improve your health, both metal and physical, give you stronger social bonds, and give you the ability to focus on positive emotions.

Below is a video from Zig Ziglar showing the power of gratitude/appreciation.

Things we don’t appreciate tend to be scarce in our lives. This includes money. If we hate paying bills, we are emphasizing a lack, a scarcity of money. Instead of focusing on the paying of the bill, focus on the benefit, the blessing you are receiving from the service or product you are paying for.

The benefit, the blessing of lights, internet, water, trash pickup, food, clothing, transportation and all the many, many blessings we have because we have the blessing of money.

By paying our bills we are showing appreciation for the service, the product, the commodity we are enjoying.

Gratitude/appreciation also increases the money we have available, which increases the appreciation we can show others. One good practice we might adopt when paying a bill is to write in the memo Thank You, or just to say Thank You.

The power of gratitude and faith works wonders in asking the Lord for things. Take from the Gospel Reading of the ten lepers. They stood at a distance and ask Jesus to heal, which He at that moment did not do. Instead, Jesus said, Go show yourselves to the priest. They did as He said and, on the way, they were healed.

So, maybe, instead of asking the Lord for something, thank Him that you have it, or at least what you need. The Surrender Prayer is great here, especially if we change the ending. “Jesus, I surrender to You, Thank You for taking care of everything”.

The bottom line is the sole purpose of money is to show appreciation. When something or someone is shown appreciated, valued, it increases, their value to us increasing.

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