Just thinking, what would Mother Theresa’s work have been like if she had charged money for her kindness and work instead of invited gifts of support?
How might the impact she made have been different?
Would she have been able to serve more or fewer people?
Might she have been able to love and reduce the suffering of a greater number or people or less?
I wonder how the world would be if more of us risked the logic of money to live in a space of trust, what would our world look like? Would more people suffer, or fewer? Would more people animate towards cultivating their personal gifts, or less?
Does money define humanity? Is aspiring towards money the most important idea or value of all?
If not, where do you notice/see/find that money isn’t the highest value/priority?
If so, where do you notice/see/find that to be true?
What is truly more important than money to you?
Just pondering these mindpebbles… wondering. I have a few perspectives but really many more questions than answers….
What do you think or feel about this topic? I’d love to know. hit reply to comment below. we have so much to learn from each other.