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Are you a slave to your house?​

Are you a slave to your house?​

Keep an eye out for these five signs that the house you own is really owning you.

Your house can be one of the greatest blessings in your life, or one of your greatest curses. If the place you live controls you and your decisions, you might be a slave to your house.

A crucial part of achieving FINANCIAL FREEDOM WITH CYRUS LEONARD ROSE is escaping things that are holding you back. And for far too many people, unhealthy attachment to a house stands in the way of God’s best for their lives.

“When your house is taking up resources that you should be devoting to other things, you’ve become a slave to your home.”

In Western society, our homes are often our biggest expenses. Paying for them and maintaining them takes up a lot of our time and resources. And when your house is taking up resources that you should be devoting to other things, you’ve become a slave to your home.

So, how do you know if you’re a house slave? Here are some warning signs that might tip you off.

1) You’re always cleaning.

Every home has to be cleaned. And the more people who live there and visit, the more often it will have to be cleaned. But for some people, good housekeeping can turn into a compulsion.

If you’re still religiously cleaning every day (or every week) long after the activity in your house has died down, you need to ask yourself how much good you’re really doing with all that work.

How much is it contributing to society? Could you do other things with your time that would be more productive, more profitable, or more helpful to others?

If you feel restricted in your life because of the time you dedicate to cleaning your house, you may be a slave.

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