How I get through the Dinar Drama by Quantum Warrior
I find three attitudes help me handle this.
1. There are no free lunches
2. This process is training me to handle wealth
3. All information providers have a partial picture
What does all this mean practically?
There are no free lunches
No matter how much or how little dinar you may have, you still have to earn it. So think of this process as earning the right to have the wealth that will be yours. The pain and suffering you may be feeling are the "price", no different than if you had worked for it. There are no free lunches.
Yes, it's way harder and longer than I think anyone would have believed. But a story I heard on a training course may help:
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There was a team that had to work together, most of the team were these big muscular guys and there was one very slight girl. In the end, the girl ran rings around the guys. How? Because every time she had to do something tough she said to herself "Suck it up, Princess".
So, I view all this drama as a "Suck it up, Princess" moment.
No one, not Dinar Recaps, Okie, Tony, or any of the information providers owe you, or me anything. So throwing a tantrum because things aren't the way you'd like, it's "suck it up, Princess" time.
We all get problems we can handle. It's a universal law. If you've got a bucket load of problems right now, it's because the universe, life, god, the great mystery, whatever knows you can handle this. I know this to be true in all cases all the time. It is our attitude and actions that determines what results we'll get.
The only way to survive that problem is to take the approach that "the dinar will happen when it happens, it has to date NEVER shown up 'on time' so chances are it won't in the future, but it WILL show up at some point." Live your life as best you can until then. But emotional dependence on something you can't control is sheer stupidity and a great way to get depressed.
Not you, not I, not Dinar Recaps, not Okie, [insert name of information provider of your choice here] can make this happen. So we have no choice but to wait. How we wait is the key and what we do with the time will determine our future results.
If you feel you want to help others with your wealth, start helping others now, with who you are. After all, you might as well start as you mean to finish right?
Help can be as simple as a sincere smile, a random act of kindness, doing something for another because they need it, not because you expect something back.
Many people reading and commenting on Recaps appear to be Christians, I am not, I am very comfortable with my world view, so please respect my perspective and resist telling me how Jesus will save me. I respect your religious beliefs, so please respect mine.
However, two things in Christianity I think is very powerful (and much neglected) are "love thy neighbour as thyself" and "do unto others as you would be done unto". What the world most needs now is non-judgemental, unconditional love & co-operation.
This message is universal, the words may be different, but it is in Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, New Age thinking, etc. There is far more that unites us than divides us.
If we are all serious about making the world a better place, it has to start with accepting there is one race, the human race. We are all interconnected no matter our beliefs or religion.
As Ben Franklin put it beautifully "We shall hang together or we shall all hang separately" this is how we will create a sustainable future for everyone's children, not just ours. Everyone counts, just as much as you or I do.
This is why I think this RV thing has taken the time it has- to awaken enough of us to serving others is the way to our own fulfilment. For thousands of of years humanity has lived primarily in "service to self", it is time to transition to "service to others" without expecting anything in return.
For what it's worth, I think Dinar Recaps is a great example of "service to others". They don't get paid, yet they take a lot of abuse from idiots, yet they still stick to their mission. Personally, I greatly admire your courage, dedication and humanity. Thank you all at Recaps. The same is true for the information providers too. Good examples for all us.
This process is training me to handle wealth
If we are all going to grow our wealth in the future, we have to grow into better people now to be able to do that later. BMW talk and comments are not the way to do that. What's BMW? Bitching, Moaning and Whining.
Take the time to reflect. Accept different opinions because, it is just possible, yours may be wrong. After all, you're not mega-wealthy right now are you? Then that reflects your current beliefs and attitudes about wealth.
I must say that this process has been longer than I ever would have liked. But it has made me a far, far better custodian of the wealth that I will have.
My personal plan is to get comfortably financially free and steward the rest of the wealth for activities and causes that I have given spiritual commitments to do. That's what's right for me, each person needs to figure out what's right for them.
Old money doesn't spend recklessly. I do plan on having a little "mad money" to go totally redneck with for a while to get it out of my system, but it will be less then 5% of my wealth. That's part of my plan. You figure out what works for you.
All information providers have a partial picture
I can't count the number of times each information provider has said something like this. It's true, if they had the full picture they'd be involved in activating the RV, not down here in the trenches with us.
This in many ways is linked to the point above, to manage wealth it is necessary to look at all sides, ask "what don't I see?" and make a decision unbiased by emotion or opinion. At least, if you read Warren Buffet and other very wealthy successful people, that's how they do it.
After the RV we'll have the luxury of not being financially having our throats cut. So we'll have time to evaluate things differently.
If you think life will be easier after the RV you may be deluding yourself. For sure, it will be more comfortable but if you plan on investing in things to grow your wealth, then you will have to use similar attitudes to manage that investment post-RV.
Lastly, I see lot's of spoon feeding requests and comments- well, if you take that attitude with you post-RV you'll paint a target symbol on your wealth for someone unscrupulous to relieve you the worry of having all that money. As the old saying goes, "a fool and his money are easily parted".
To avoid being a lottery winner (i.e. loose it all in less than 5 years) you have to change into a bigger better version of you. It's in there, it just needs to be allowed out more. It is worth remembering you are 100% unique in this world. There's a reason for that. Find and live that reason to the fullest. It'll be a fun ride!
There are two aspects to wealth, getting it (the RV process) and then there's a whole other game, keeping it. Fear, panic and blame will be exactly like panicking in a sea of sharks. Sharks are attracted to fish dying. People panicking on the surface sounds exactly like that to them.
So if you don't want to be eaten by sharks, take a deep breath and go to the bottom, where you won't look like food to them and swim away to safety.
If the RV doesn't show this week, then it's "Suck it up, Princess" time. If it does, well, then... let's party!
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