Wealth can indeed not always be measured in dollars and cents. As a matter of fact, I suspect that many rich people may actually be emotionally poor. Money can't buy happiness, nor meaning, nor friendship or love. You can be very rich money-wise, but emotionally starved. Grinches have no joy.
You might enjoy your wealth in a different way - wealthy emotionally, rich in experiences and memories, enjoying abundant sunshine, warmth in your heart, abundance in other areas of your life. You might enjoy the wealth of information available on the internet for free, abundant health, rich foods, a supportive social network, a big heart, a radiant smile, contentment, ample space, immense pleasure, a bountiful harvest, an expansive mind, or a generous disposition.
The definition of wealth can be so much broader than the dollars in your bank account. Think about what you give (and I don't necessarily mean the material stuff), not what you have. Are you generous with your time, your attention, your advice, your help, your compassion? Because that's the way to enrich other people's lives. You are wealthy if you have generous people in your life, and to attract generous people you need to be generous yourself.