Some people are so poor, all they have is money.

They don’t value the affluence that comes with learning and education.
They don’t experience the prosperity of healthy life balance.
Their investments are in mutual funds instead of mutual friendships.
They don’t put faith in the security of their own well-being.
The immense worth and power of community is lost to them.
They find no commodity in the power to help others.

Because enough money can buy almost anything, these poor people believe that money can somehow be a substitute for anything.

Fiat currency exists to represent the value of something else. If that’s the case, why are the most valuable things in life those which paper currency cannot account for? I feel bad for people who believe wealth comes from physical possession. They may be the poorest after all.

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