Relationships that are truly precious
- You may be buying silver or gold
- What about people who are not in a position to buy silver or gold?
- Top of the list of everyone’s precious commodities
- We would tell you that even an bigger precious commodity is…
- You will know who your true friends are when…
The most critical precious commodity will be the relationships you have, but only relationships that are truly precious. When people use the term commodities they many times preface it with the word precious – precious commodities. What are the precious commodities in your life?
If you are in a financial position to do so, you may be buying silver or gold, as silver eagle sales are sky rocketing to record levels. So, many people believe that silver is, and will continue to be a precious commodity. Not everyone can afford to buy gold or even has a place to store it. You certainly don’t want to store any precious commodity out of your control.
What about people who are not in a position to buy silver or gold? What is a precious commodity to them? A recent report identified 11 U.S. cities where water will become in short supply. To everyone living in those cities it will be water that will become a precious commodity.
You can go much longer without food, but you can’t go very long without water. Water should be at the top of the list of everyone’s precious commodities. If you can’t get water the stores will be sold out of bottled water in minutes. While people are at the stores they will also be stocking up on non-perishable foods. So, non-perishable foods should also be on your precious commodities list.
It’s hard to imagine that you could turn on your faucet and either no water, or polluted water comes out. What would you do if this happens? Along with the precious commodities of water and food – we would tell you that even an bigger precious commodity are your relationships.
The most important precious commodity by far will be having the right relationships with the people around you. These are people you love and can really trust and who look out for each other. This could be as little as 2 people, or as many as an entire neighborhood, or village. You will know who your true friends are when the water runs out.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That people’s ideas of precious commodities will change quickly when they find out they can’t eat their gold or silver.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because you hear everyday about people still buying gold and silver, but the talk about prepping has taken a back seat.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: You A good test would be to try not drinking any water for a day or two.
COMMENTARY: What do you value? To have real relationships you must have people in your life who share your values. These are people who genuinely appreciate you for you, and not what they want or need from you. Feeling entitled to something, or obligated to someone is another false reason for being in a relationship. The worst thing that can happen is to have the wrong people in your life when things go wrong. Bottom line – if you feel like you are in a compromised relationship with anyone, it’s time to move on and get it right. The sooner you get this part of your life right the better.