Greed and Self Worth

synthetic drug testingGreed is considered a vice. If you have greed, then you have an unreasonably high desire for things like wealthy, money and people whom you are stalking. Greed is associated with rich, fat bankers sitting among mountains of gold, but the truth is that most of us experience greed, especially when we are not used to having enough. In fact, that is where greed shows its face the most: when someone who is used to not having enough finally gets more than enough for the first time in their lives. Greed is very likely to kick in then and they go bonkers.

Self worth is pretty important, too. If you know your own worth, then you are able to resist sexual, relationship, and “settling for something less than you” temptations. You are not desperate to fill the emptiness and void in your life because you fill it with, not work or play, but with yourself. That is very important and one of the most powerful attributes to have in your life.

If you know your own worth, then you are not scared to take risks or to engage in leverage, because you know what you can and cannot risk investing or gambling in life. You know the score, and therefore never make a wrong direction. In life, this is of the utmost importance.

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