The bottom line is that we alone have responsibility for our financial decisions and the outcomes that result. A person who takes the approach that someone else will take care of him and the consequences of decisions don't matter is eventually going to find himself in a needy position, and most likely unable to fulfill those needs through the kindness of others. Don't wait for your family, the government, charity, or God to take care of you. Have faith in yourself so you can be strong financially, opening up your possibilities of affecting the world positively without the encumbrance of monetary constraints.
Someone Will Take Care Of Me: Toxic Financial Attitudes
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