Well I must point out that this book is dealing mostly in the world that is dealing in material things and aspects and it does not deal so much in spiritual or internal affluence which I person might aspire to get so that he or she could be called rich in the real sense of the word. We are driven by opportunities and choice in our given professions. Once we get into a profession it becomes like a fixed rail track for us and shifting to any other track becomes well nigh impossible. Our opportunities and payoffs come along with the profession or track that we might have chosen. Our efforts only help us increase and move to the best that may be available in any profession. A singer gets paid millions for a song but an elementary school teacher gets only a few thousands a month. So richness that can be aspired at all times is the richness of spiritual being.