Do you feel like the world owes you something? Like you’re not getting your due? Someone owes you something because of suffering or your lot in life?

Think about this idea of being entitled.

Feeling entitled robs you of the awe of gratitude, the joy that comes from being grateful.

In family systems where the parents are still paying for grown children, there is an entitlement but it isn’t free. The grown children may feel entitled to the family money but in many cases the parents feel entitled to weigh in on all life decisions.

In what areas of your life do you feel you’re owed and why? What would change if you removed that belief of being entitled and stepped into believing you are exactly where you’re supposed to be and that you are fully capable of creating what you want in life?

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I hope you have an amazing week, and, as always, take care of you.

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  1. As Mark Twain said: “Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living; the world owes you nothing; it was here first” and we each need to remember our tenure on the planet is brief. Whether we die before 30 as so many do or live through to our 80s or longer our lifetime is a mere twinkling of the eye relative to the earth’s evolution. Life owes us nothing. We owe it to life to give of our best in whatever we choose to do with our lives and the universe will give us our rewards accordingly.

  2. After all that I have been through in this life.When I give unto others what I can from my personal capacity -I give for givings sake and expect no reciprocity. But I do care for what others have given unto me and I focus on closure if I can as no two souls have the same attitudinal to life.When you realise the importance of blessings in life, genuine gratitude is in bred and oft shows in KIND.God bless ya lady, ya are professional in your professed duty in life.

  3. You are SO right, Terri! For years I have been feeling entitled because my parents divorced while I was in college and couldn’t pay for my expenses. I am 43 and still paying off student loans, and I have a belief that I am entitled to their money, still! Thanks for the enlightening video today. 🙂

    1. Jill,
      Thank you for sharing your story! It is amazing how unconscious all of this is until we opn the door to the psychological basement and BAm THERE IT IS!


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