The thirteenth law of prosperity says that without smart and adequate planning affluence won’t make any difference either. It is said that there’s nothing more pernicious than chaotic thinking and decision-making. And there’s nothing more weird than to aspire for wealth first and be overburdened with it next, not knowing how to deal or how to cope with it. A stock of wealth is saved by spending, just as incoming fresh water is saved by letting out stagnant water. However, the point is — how to spend money. And scriptures recommend giving it away to worthy people. Just as water evaporated from the ocean, returns to it in the form of rain, so returns money donated to high- minded people, as if it were not given away at all.