Our physical well-being and overall fitness is the #1 element of our wealth.
The ability to feed ourselves and survive in the society financially. Money is a form of monetary wealth.
We must work to make money and be self-supporting as adult children. Our professional and personal achievements, such as having a career or improving our financial wellness.
Filial love is the love from a child to its parents. If this love can last a lifetime, this person is motivated in life and is rich in heart.
Be close to people who challenge you and make you a better person.
Our social health — that is, how we behave in relationships with family members, friends, co-workers, and romantic partners.
Feel free of guilt or responsibility.
A knowledge or belief that you have done nothing bad or wrong.
A grateful heart is a source of happiness.
A grateful heart strengthens you against many of the wounds and insecurities that drag people down and damage their relationships. There are four sources for us to be grateful: your parents, your teachers, your country and you are a part of the universe.
Noble Character (Virtues)
Having, showing, or coming from personal qualities that people admire (such as honesty, generosity, courage, etc.)
Values are your goals and ideals of life and virtues are your behaviors showing these values with high moral standards.
Your personal characteristics demonstrated by your behaviors. When you value the right things, you protect them by practicing high morals and ethics.
Respect yourself, afford yourself value, love, dignity and autonomy.
Celebrated Reputation (Credit)
Credit is a valuable asset.
Continual Peace of Mind
Our emotional well-being and how we care for our mental health, including our resilience and self-compassion.
Meaningful Purpose (Values)
When we know the purpose of our life, we have goals in life and have standards of our behavior. We are motivated and self-disciplined.
Having faith that is the substance or assurance of things we hope for, but have not yet received.
Your age. What does it mean youth is wasted on the young?
Time is money, but money is not time. (UK)