Fifteen Laws of Prosperity -7, by Vyacheslav Ruzov

The seventh prosperity law says that making good money is also pointless, if one simply strives for superiority over others. Sages explain that a man is great by deeds, not just due to a high position in the society. Can we call a crow a hawk just because it landed on top of the hill? No, the hill is big, not the crow. That’s what a person who has become socially superior thinks of him/herself. A person thinks he/she is so important, but lookers-on see this is simply a cranky crow.

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