I wish to say that a strong relationship exists between a continuous state of poverty and incomplete production. I want us to debate the argument that most of us remain poor and perhaps die in poverty because we do not complete our production. In other words, I argue that the likelihood is high to become rich if we completed our production.
Please remember that in this discussion, we are not focusing on the reasons we do not complete our production although we talk about them during the discussion. We are also not focusing on issues, which might prevent us from becoming rich despite completing our production. The focus is about how our incomplete production contributes greatly to our continuous level of poverty.
Having clarified our bone of contention, I would like to give an example of us writers. I am sure that most of you would agree with me that you have a lot of unpublished material on your hard disks. The common problem might be that most writers have not completed editing their manuscripts. Most of us writers do everything by ourselves. We are the writers making manuscripts, we are editors of our own works, we are outlook designers of our work, we market our own books, and so on. I agree that this makes it hard to produce quality books on time. I am positive that we have so many reasons explaining why we do all the book production work by ourselves.
However, dealing with poverty requires that we find a way of finishing and publishing our quality work on time. This requires having faith in God. We can do all things through God who strengthens us (Philippians 4: 13). This principle is the same to any other kind of production, which leads to personal wealth.
I pray that this gives you the chance to contemplate about where you are in your production, and what you are going to do about the delays in completing your work. It is not enough to simply talk. We must walk the talk.
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