Originally Posted by Blue Sparks
Money, what do you do with money? You pay an assassin money to commit murder, you bribe a politician or a judge with money to pervert justice and to make decisions in accordance with a criminals desire, with money you buy a Cadillac Escalade that gets 10 MPG and wrecks the quality of air for everyone.
Dude...I don't know what you're doing with your money, but I just pay my bills and buy food for my family.
If it could be possible to live without money in a comfortable way, I could understand, but especially here in America it is virtually impossible. So it's either offer services and make sure you give as much as you can, even if it means doing more than what was paid for, work in a job that is not fulfilling in anyway and not have time to do these things that you feel as if you're being called to do, or be homeless and do readings.
I mean seriously, I understand there is a point where it's abuse, but psychics have to eat too. If a person is willing to pay for the service, it's because they do value it and feel it's worth that. Money is only evil if you view it that way and use it that way. Money cannot be avoided in this society.
How are you paying for you internet service? Seriously. You must be making money somehow to be here. If a person has the ability to help others and others are willing to pay for that because they feel it is valuable, where is the evil in that? What about the people who pay $50 for a reading and are given advice that helps set then up financially for the rest of their lives? That $50 is NOTHING compared to how valuable the information that was given is.
I know a woman who has a client that she's basically helped become a millionaire. She's never asked money for her readings, but she is given donations. We'll just say after he was able to make this money, he's given her some large donations for her readings because he understood she NEEDED the money and she was spending her time and energy helping him, which he values greatly and has been worth much more to him than what he has paid for them.