The good thing about money is that it comes and goes. Why is that a good thing? If you don’t have money now, that doesn’t mean you always won’t. Money, like everything else in the universe, follows the law of sowing and reaping; you receive what you give out selflessly. If you want love, give love and show it to others. If you want support, show support for others. If you want better health, give your body a healthier lifestyle. Money is no different and this is what big businessmen around the world have already learned.”
“I learned from a millionaire many years ago,” says Luigi Wewege, “The two main differences in the wealthy and the poor is their mentality and their hands. A wealthy man has his hands wide open with money for people to take and opportunities to give more to him. A poor person has their money clenched tightly. People can’t get anything out, but God can’t put anything in.” he continued.
From a recent poll and survey hosted in 2014, the happiest people and more abundant people are the ones who give to others. Investing to those less fortunate than us is among one of the best investment ideas for your money in the quickly approaching year of 2016.
If you are thinking of other things investments for your money, you’re more financially wise than you may have originally thought. If you want to keep on with that wisdom, getting serious about your emergency funds should be at the top of your list. Anything can happen at any time and being prepared is smart. If you lost your job, having an emergency fund to fall back on is going to support you until you find more work. What if you get into a car accident? Having an emergency fund to soften the blows of medical bills could have you living stress free, or at least will less stress than you would have if you hadn’t prepared for such emergencies.