Fifteen Laws of Prosperity -4, by Vyacheslav Ruzov

The forth prosperity law implies that earning a good living is pointless if we simply want to enjoy it. It is said in the Vedas, as long as one thinks that, having great wealth, one will rejoice in it, taste the most delicious food or become more popular with the opposite sex – such a person is a living dead, although a successful earner. This is no man – this is a walking corpse. Such a man/woman simply kills one’s own body for sheer delight and kills one’s own soul selling it for low, miserable dreams. It’s even said that such a person is worse than the dead man. The dead has already caused sorrow when leaving the body… But that kind of person is geared up to cause endless misery for others in future.


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