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What If….

What If…

…You had all the money you wanted?Happy

  • How would your life be different?
  • Where would you live?
  • What would you do?
  • What would be the same?

…You already have all the money you need?

  • How can you live the life you want with what you have right now?
  • What is inside of you that is keeping you from being happy right now? How can you release that?

…You had all the love that you wanted?

  • How would you feel?
  • What would be different in your life?

…You already have all the love you need?

  • Who already loves you?
  • Who loves you that you take for granted?
  • Who do you love?
  • How can you relish the love that is already in your life more?

…You had meaning in your life?

  • What would that look like?
  • How would you be living your life?
  • How would that feel?

…You already have meaning in your life?

  • What is meaningful in your life right now?
  • How do you make a difference to others in your life today?
  • How could you make your life more meaningful today?
  • How would that feel?

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9 Responses to What If….

  1. naturegirl September 24, 2007 at 4:27 pm #

    hm… I think there’s a fundamental difference between want and need. You theoretically don’t need a lot, but then again, you can’t really measure how much you need. But everyone probably always wants more than they need, and the more they get the more they want.So I can imagine well that I have all the money I need but I can’t imagine in which situation I’d be if I had all the money that I want.
    Ok, I think this is way to complicated for me right now. So I just try to be grateful…

  2. Laura September 24, 2007 at 10:37 pm #

    I believe that the trick is determining the difference between your wants and your needs.

    A wise man once said, “I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want.”

  3. Kalidasa September 25, 2007 at 12:19 am #

    Hi Agentsully,

    Great site, I discovered it twice, so it goes in the RSS.

    I feel very fortunate in my life. I have had so much given to me in so many areas. Money has always been the limiter though, but that is going to change soon — starting a blog, a way for me to give back. Money would only take away restrictions which aren’t that severe right now anyway. There is very little I would change that I am not already changing. I already have infinite love in my life, and deep satisfaction which comes from my spiritual pursuits and in my work.

    Thanks for your site, I’ll be back.

  4. Nsane Noob October 2, 2007 at 9:28 pm #

    I wish I had all those. It takes more than a lifetime to achieve them and thats why, no one will probably get to finish all the “What ifs”. In life, I will be proud of myself if I have at least achieved a small part of that. It is a great feeling knowing that you can make changes in the world and that you do have a meaning in life. Great post.

  5. Henry January 28, 2008 at 8:55 pm #

    Cool post and definitely some food for thought.

    I think its in human nature to desire things, be it money, love, or happiness, and to not want it makes it less worthwhile. I think. I agree with the first post, this is becoming to complicated for me now…

  6. dm March 4, 2008 at 7:56 am #

    In answer to your first question:

    What If…
    …You had all the money you wanted?

    How would your life be different?
    I wouldn’t have to worry about money. And I could afford to buy anything I wanted. That doesn’t construe happiness – but it takes a lot of pressure away.

    Where would you live?
    I would still live in the same town as I do now. It’s where all my family and friends are. I would just move to a nicer area with a bigger house.

    What would you do?
    I’d go on a long holiday, treat all my friends and family & then figure out a purpose for my life. I’d need to find some motivation as with all the money in the world – you don’t even need to get out of bed in the morning!

    What would be the same?
    My friends and family. And I would like to think, my personality.

    I’ll let someone else answer the others.

  7. Web Guy March 10, 2008 at 8:52 am #

    I agree with the earlier commenter, who points out the difference between want and need.

    When someone asks what I would do if I were rich, I tell them I am already rich in love.

    So long as my wife and children are healthy and well fed, and we have warm, comfortable places to sleep, I have everything I need already.

    Do I want more than that? Sure. If I should somehow end up in a situation where I have a tough time keeping track of all the zeroes at the end of my bank account, I would buy the following: a house for my mother, one of those Tesla roadsters, a helicopter, and a home large enough to accomodate a large “H” on the roof.

  8. kalene June 28, 2010 at 2:32 pm #

    i think love is all you need!!!!!!!!

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