Here's a line I copied from a delightful little book "Acres of Diamonds" by Russell Conwell:
"I say you ought to be rich: you have no right to be poor. To live and not be rich is a misfortune and it is doubly a misfortune because you could have been rich just as well as being poor."
It reminds me of a cartoon I saw in the New Yorker magazine years ago .... two hobos are standing on the sidewalk watching a Rolls Royce drive by. One turns to the other and says "There but for me, go I."
And how true this is. Choose to be rich and then honour that choice by doing what is necessary to attain and maintain that consciousness. You have a right to be rich!!