FOMO: Fear Of Missing Out
FOMO is a frequent topic in the news media. Investors experience FOMO when they believe other investors are making more money than they are. FOMO happens in social media circles when people start believing others are having more fun, living better lives and having better experiences.
If FOMO is indulged, it creates feelings of anxiety and often leads to poor decision-making.
It’s healthy to avoid FOMO!
A cure for FOMO is to see that all the good you need to lead a successful life comes directly to you from God. It’s spiritual.
Success in life is not about how much money you make, how far you travel, or impressions you make on neighbors. It’s about spiritual mindedness, peace of mind, genuine contentment, the ability to listen and hear God’s wise direction when needed, knowing you’ll always have what you need when you need it.
When our primary goals in life are spiritual, we never fear missing out, because we will never miss out on receiving God’s love and care. It comes abundantly and keeps coming without fail.
Other people never have more of God’s goodness than we have. God loves everyone the same equally and unconditionally. Rather than fretting about what other people are doing, spend your time living Life the best you know. Excel and succeed at what God is inspiring you to do. That will bring the best outcome.
There is no FOMO with God. Just IHIA. I Have It All, already.