Value is not physical. When you work, you give value, but you can’t see it or measure it. You can only estimate how much value you’ve provided.
Value is the importance of work done. And it has the ability to break through tangible and intangible realms in order to return back to the giver of the value.
Employees complete tasks at their jobs daily and provide a level of value to their employer. The salary received is an estimate of the level of value given.
Entrepreneurs provide solutions to those who need it daily and their customers pay according to the perceived value they receive.
But value goes beyond trade. What happens to the unemployed dude who provides some sort of value to people daily, but as a free service (without pay)?
He’ll somehow realize that he has food to eat, or clothes to wear, or shelter, or goodwill, etc. His needs are met. Maybe not abundantly, but his needs are met.
Physical cash is only one of the many ways value can manifest physically. It is not the only representation of value.
But because we’ve been taught to believe that when you don’t have money, then you’re not giving value, we automatically equate value with money.
Some people live in houses they didn’t build, drive cars given as gifts, wear clothes they didn’t buy and gain access to places they didn’t hustle for, still without having fat bank accounts.
Don’t stop giving. The best will come forth for you. Trust His system.