Heir to the World’s Greatest Fortune

Here’s an unpublished excerpt from 1991 with a reminder we all might need to hear from time to time.

“How would you conduct yourself in the world if you were the heir to the world’s greatest fortune or knew that you had immediate access to all of the resources and assistance and advice and support you would ever need? This is, in fact, the case. Accept that. Make it part of your being. Expect it, just as you expect the sun to rise in the morning.

I love you. I want only the best for you. That is my will, but you must accept that as my will and as your destiny. If you were, in fact, the heir to the richest fortune on the earth plane, and if you rejected that richness and did nothing to take advantage of it, you would be considered a fool. I will never consider you a fool, and my love for you will never wane, but I must encourage you to make good use of what is available to you.”

© Jack Armstrong

“If you are convinced that a ‘bad’ economic condition can endanger your earning capacity, or that a negative comment by an associate can undermine others’ perceptions of you, your conviction is your way of assigning that power. If, on the other hand, you are convinced that there is a blessing for you in every circumstance, and if you refuse to allow yourself to become distressed by external influences, you will encounter the blessings you have expected.”