Friday, 11 November 2016

Spiritual Wealth


While I have oft expressed the view on this web log that monetary wealth is fake wealth as opposed to goods and services, the latter nonetheless remain a form of material wealth.

More valuable than material wealth is perhaps spiritual wealth coming in the shape of ideas, artistic expressions, contact with friends and loved ones, general enlightenment and self-love. 

While materialism is in some sense spiritual, because material objects do affect and engage the spirit, spiritual wealth is arguably less bound to pragmatic things and allows for one's soul to float and appreciate our Creator-given existence in a more open-ended and liberating way. 

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