Money can’t buy you happiness.

It can buy you freedom to pursue your own happiness.

Money can’t buy you health.

It can pay for clean water, healthy food, time to exercise, freedom from
stress, and health care.

Money can’t buy you love.

It can significantly help those you love.

More money, more problems?

You get nicer problems, though. Inheritence tax is a nicer problem to have
than, say, choosing between buying food and paying a mortgage.

Money is the root of all evil.

Have you ever considered what the root of money is? It’s effort. Not all
effort is evil, efficient, or enobling. Effort is what you make it.

Time equals money.

Time is greater than money. You can’t make more time. You don’t even know
how much you have right now. It’s the scarcest resource, ever.

Comments (1)

Technically, 1Timothy 6:10 reads, “For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil, for which some have strayed from the faith in their greediness, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.”

So boiling it down, we see that it’s the love of money that’s the problem, not money itself.

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