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How to avoid letting greed consume you?

greed Jan 06, 2021

Thankfully there are ways to avoid greed taking over. 

→ have a values driven life first and foremost

→ surround yourself with people generous people - They are more likely to share the same values, and inspire you to be the same

→ be generous. create wealth with others in mind also.

→ support a local group or cause that you know could do with some financial assistance and resource. Put extra money to good use, without having a saviour mentality. 

→ find ways to have a sustainable income that does not lead to the exploitation of workers

→ be thankful for what one already has, as there are plenty of people in the world who are struggling. 

→ choose to work within cooperative groups that generate wealth, with the thought that wealth would be shared with others and the communities surrounding. 

Honouring and Serving,
Simran K. Rattan MD

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Pitfalls of greed

greed Jan 05, 2021

What can happen when greed takes over?

We only have to take a look around the world, nearby and afar, to see what happens when a person or group of people  become greedy. 

🌀 people want more as they obtain more 

🌀 the desire for more can take over personal values

🌀 greed damages relationship priorities, people  competing against each other for 'more' than another

🌀 people lose sight of who they are

🌀 people are exploited, for profits

🌀 people  are reluctant to help others financially because of fear of 'losing' money

🌀 money becomes an indicator of power

🌀 greed has led to the destruction of the planet, land and oceans, for resources. 

🌀 people engage in certain behaviours to meet short term goals, because of the rewards, whether it's ethical or not. 

Honouring and Serving,
Simran K. Rattan MD

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How has greed evolved?

greed Jan 04, 2021

Greed has evolved from the competitive economic capitalist, market systems within countries and between countries.

It is incompatible with the innate feeling we all have to nurture and care for one another as a community and therefore explains the conflict many people have in dealing with money.

This economic competitiveness has cultivated societies focused on materialism, which often utilises unethical business and corporate decisions for profit.

Rather than create for the whole and others, many people create only for themselves and their own family.

Honouring and Serving,
Simran K. Rattan MD
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