Creating a Financial Legacy through the Utilization of Life Management Strategies that Generate Wealth: Using Your Life Passions to Create the Life that You Want (The Asiatic Formula for Success)26 04 2007
“The man to whom Allah hath given riches, and blessed with a mind to employ them alright, is peculiarly favored and highly distinguished. He looketh on his wealth with pleasure, because it affordeth him the means to do good. He protecteth the poor that are injured; he suffereth not the mighty to oppress the weak. He seeketh out objects of compassion; he inquireth into their wants; he relieveth them with judgments and without ostentation. He assisteth and rewardeth merit; he encourage ingenuity and liberally promoteth every useful design. He carieth his own great works; his country is enriched, and the labor is employed; he formeth new schemes, and the arts receive improvement. He considers the superfluities of his table, as belonging to the poor of his neighborhood; and he defraudeth them not. The benevolence of his mind is not checked by his fortune; he rejoiceth therefore in riches, and his joy is blameless.” -The Moorish Holy Koran (Chapter 27:1-8)
Most people desire the time and the financial position to live life in such a way that they can contribute to the world and its problems without feeling the pressure of having to be overly concerned about their basic needs being met. Therefore, lurking within the minds of most Asiatics is the success formula that states that “If I make enough money, then I’ll be able to live life in a happier and more fulfilling manner while simultaneously pursuing my Life’s passion.” This equation regarding the grand ole American dream often put people in the mind set to “chase money” because their programming states that happiness cannot be achieved until they reach a certain level of financial success and stability. Here we shall explore how the Moorish American citizenry can live life more abundantly while also pursing their life’s passion.
It remains as a well know fact that most people start businesses and/or show up for work to improve their financial standing so that they can enjoy the rewards of life while participating in activities that generate feelings of contentment and pleasure. When they decide to pursue happiness, they first program themselves to make money for the latter benefit of pursing their life’s true purpose. Most serious minded people sit down, create a plan, set goals and visualize success in their chosen financial endeavor that is sure to make money for them. In many cases their choice of business or work does little for their happiness or internal motivation, but only serves as a means to the end. This American formula of pursuing money to reach the goal of self fulfillment and personal freedom often takes extensive amounts of time, money and energy with very little in return on the results that most truly seek: freedom, financial stability and unlimited time to pursue their life’s passion and purpose. This generalized program for success generates millions a year in books and video sales that teach people how to achieve their economic and financial goals in a simple and effortless manner. However, some people achieve success while the greater percentage of society fails to even brake even in the pursuit of the great American dream. Question: What is the separating factor between those that are successful and those that fail? Answer: The separating factors are purpose, passion and intent.
Those that follow their passion and purpose in an intelligent manner often achieve financial success, but more importantly, they are happier while simultaneously making their life more stable and secure. When someone seeks success through purpose, passion and intent they seek the rewards of life by following their inner voice that is fueled by purpose and passion. The utilization of these three intrinsic devices creates the atmosphere for internal motivation and the drive for excellence. At this developmental phase of “pursuit,” the journey becomes the reward, the person is more now-oriented and the demonstration of excellence and drive becomes second nature. Without purpose, passion and intent, goals are simple ideas or writings on a piece of paper. When the intent to be successful becomes the primary motivator and the action of doing is greater than the outcome of doing, the frequency for opportunity and financial success then become greater and more abundant. An example of this can be seen within the athletic realm of sports. When an athlete simply plays a sport for the money, he/she are just going through the motions for the purpose of the paycheck. However, when an athlete loves the game, he/she often perform great athletic feats that become historical and unforgettable within the records of sports history. The greatness of the athlete generates him/her more money because their love for what they were doing pushed them to achieve greatness while also motivating them to surpass the boundaries of mediocrity. This explains why some athletes and performers find it hard to retire despite having made large sums of money and receiving highly esteemed awards. The reason they struggle with leaving is because they love it: it’s their life’s passion.
This formula must become the formula utilized by Moorish American families and individuals throughout this hemisphere. What ever is done needs to be done, not only because it has to be done; but because there is a love in doing it. Those that will become the future leaders amongst the Moorish American citizenry will lead successfully because it’s in their divine blueprint to do so. These are the inherent tools that were provided for success and abundant living; however, it requires that one learn to tap into their inner self where the keys to their destiny lay. Within the core of each and every Asiatic male and female is the physio-spiritual code for successful living in the plane of manifest.
To further validate this point, let’s examine the mind frame of someone that just won $20 million in their state lottery. Would this make them happy? Initially it would. They would (in most cases) buy a large house, a better or fancier car, pay off any and/or all due debt, blow a few thousand and then give some to their favorite charitable organization. And, of course, they would quit their job and do what they love to do. This is generally how it goes. Most people figure because they won the $20 million lottery, their set for life and its smooth sailing from here on out. Reality check! Most people that win exuberate amounts of money often loose it and find themselves more broke than they were before they won the jackpot. Why? After carelessly spending, the money reduces and people find themselves feeling broke again. Did they plan 20 years ahead? Did they figure any of those amounts into the children’s future financial plan and economic future? Although only a very minute portion of society ever win such large sums through lottery, the fact remains that most people feel that they need more money to satiate their need to feel happy and satisfied. That’s the trap: More money in order to stay happy. Although finances are desirable to most, it’s not the money that people truly want, it’s the ability to spend unlimited amounts of time each day doing something they love with the people that they love. The key to fulfilling your true desire is the Asiatic success formula of purpose, passion and intent.
Once purpose, passion and intent become the core tools for success, you then will become one of the many successful and effective people of society. It is easy to talk and provide opinion after opinion after opinion, but it’s more difficult to display and bring forth intangible formulas of the invisible mind into the plane of manifest. In other words, anyone can talk, but only a small few can “produce” practical and effective solutions. This is the key to individual and collective success within the arena of the Moorish American Conglomerate. The utilization of intrinsic, and often times, latent skills of purpose, passion, intent will ultimately lead to a greater destiny that is protected by a system of values that exemplify excellence, action, quality, fulfillment and balance. To find the source of your happiness, you must take a personal inventory and question purpose in life.
What do you love to do? What are you successful at doing? What is important to you? What do you think you were born to do? Once you answer these questions, you will have found your purpose and place within your self and your community. This will allow you to link intent with reason which will help you put the “Why” before the “How.” The “Why” will drive you to be success without overly occupying yourself with the “How”; however, rational and intelligent planning does play a role as well. Allow your purpose to transport you to successful places, but use the “art of war” while on the battlefield of life.
If you wish to learn how to effectively prioritize your personal objectives, you must first understand and accept the most important duty of an individual, the acknowledgement and development of the true (Higher) self and the mission that the true (Higher) self has in this plane of manifestation. Learning your purpose, passion and your heart’s true intent, helps to guide you on the path to a productive and profitable life and place you more in tune with your inner GPS system. By paying attention and communication with your greater self, you are obeying the divine laws of your natural self that lead to abundance, happiness and ultimate fulfillment.
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-Zothyrius Ali El
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