Question: According to the recent research of physiologists, the level of family well-being in the first five years of life can determine the entire future fate of a person. For example, people who grew up in poor families have a high level of cortisol in the body, a stress hormone that makes a person more cautious.
People who grew up in wealthy families have a thickened cortex in the parietal and temporal areas, which are responsible for visual perception and long-term memory. It is directly connected to a person’s high level of achievement.
Well provided for children are less likely to be self-sacrificing and altruistic. They share money less eagerly with others. And it is the other way around for children who grew up in poverty who are more inclined toward altruism, eager to share, to sacrifice.
What affects the fact that a person attracts or repels money, his earnings?
Answer: If we are talking about human nature, of course, it is strictly individual. Does someone have compassion for his close ones or not? Did he see it in his parents or was he taught? It all depends on a person plus the environment.
But, on the other hand, if he gets into a certain environment, it can be instilled in him. There they prove to him that the state of empathy corrects him, makes him a completely different being.
Question: Is the key to everything to feel the one who is near you. This feeling must be developed. What suggestion can be given to a person so he always feels provided for?
Answer: A person is a product of society. He must be in a certain society that will educate him in this way.
Question: What advice can be given to the whole of humanity in order to feel that there is no lack of anything?
Answer: Show each other an example of how you wish well for everyone.
From KabTV’s “Kabbalah Express” 1/12/21