Why am I not worthy of money, now?
Why did I see little blue money words @ 9:34, and then they were gone, on my poem Validas Veritas Scriptor, by 9:37? Had the poem changed? Lillian K. Staats
what do you mean ? I do not understand about the purpose of your question, can you explain in more detail?
You are not worthy of money now because you do not feel worthy of money. Thoughts of lack and doubt will only bring more lack and fear into your world.
You are worthy of wealth once you believe you are worthy.
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