Rich Habits Word of the Day
Animus – hatred. Adolf Hitler was somehow able to spread his animus for Jewish people to the entire non-Jewish German population, which led to his selection as Chancellor of Germany and World War II.
Rich Habits Fact of the Day
By blaming the Jews for the economic crisis that Germany was suffering through as well as their defeat in World War I, Hitler targeted the Jews as the country’s main enemy. According to him, the Jewish people were directly responsible for Germany’s many problems. The sad part about all of this is that so many individuals believed him or just stood by as he conducted his murderous campaign against the Jews. The result was that 6 million Jews lost their lives and saw their families decimated during the Holocaust. Therefore, his initial solution was to banish as many Jews from society as possible by imprisoning them in concentration camps throughout Eastern Europe. Eventually, the plan was to exterminate as many of them as possible.
Rich Habits Lesson of the Day
Hate is one of the most destructive negative emotions. Hate is responsible for failed marriages, wrecked relationships, financial problems, alcoholism, drug addiction, health problems, physical altercations, incarcerations, and on a group level it has led to wars that destroy countries, populations and lives.
The subconscious is the seat of our emotions and all dominanting emotional thoughts are accepted by the subconscious. The subconscious always attracts more things into our lives that are tied to any dominant emotional thoughts we have. The subconscious controls our behaviors, habits, beliefs and the choices we make in life. The hate emotion reprograms our subconscious in a negative way, which alters our behavior as to attract more things into our lives that will feed the hate emotion. Hate, like all negative emotions, take us down a path in life that will make us unhappy. In order to create a happy, successful life, it is imperative, therefore, to eliminate any thoughts of hate and replace them with its opposite emotion – love.