Money is a tough subject. It isn’t real, yet our entire world revolves around it. The ultra-rich will go to war, or start one, to protect it. The average person will work 20 to 110 hours a week to earn it. The hobo will beg for it. There are varying degrees in between, of course.
Entitlement is an interesting, pervasive, debilitating idea that’s handed down and passed around these days. Aspects of our society have devolved and descended into childish, me-first, gossipy, superficial drama telling, and it’s good for no one.
For great change to occur, it takes a certain number of the population to believe in it, or to at least have an opinion about it. There are studies on the matter of tipping points, or critical mass. Some would suggest it’s 5%, or even less, and some say it has to be over 10%.
If you’re conflicted about a relationship, or career, or life choice (ie. whatever may be weighing on you, affecting your decisions, effecting energetic stagnation, making you wince when others make suggestions for you) you must be willing to sit with it, to explore it; to define your reasoning, beliefs, and perceptions about it.