What’s with this wealth vs income series?
It goes on and on.
Thoughts are like threads.
They can be pulled into infinite.
Also, they are a realm in which one has unlimited freedom.
The speed of thought is faster than the speed of light.
Think about it.
From here to there – anywhere – Jupiter – Uranus – some other universe – in a flash.
Explore your thoughts. Pull them out into infinite threads. It pays.
We are trying to understand the meaning of wealth.
How is it different from income?
What’s the one elephant-in-the-room factor that sums up this difference?
Is there even such a factor?
Yes, I feel there is.
Maybe someone’s come up with this before. I don’t care. We all stand upon the shoulders of giants, as do I. From there, we generate our two pennies.
So, how is wealth intrinsically and basically different from income?
Income is something you take out of your flow, to finance your everyday environment, including shucking up for nitty-gritties in day to day lives of those who depend upon you.
Wealth can be generated from that portion of your flow that has not been taken out for mundane use. This flow, which has not been taken out, has then been simultaneously allowed to coexist by you in a different form, over a long period of time. It accrues, compounds and multiplies – over the long period of time – into wealth.
The most lucrative things in life are also the most simple ones.
Being simple doesn’t come easy to most of us.
That is why the majority of humans are not wealthy.