"The chief value of money lies in the fact that one lives in a world in which it is over estimated. "~ Henry Louis Mechken
Money: A commodity or asset, an offically issued currency coin or paper note, that can be legally exchanged for something equivalent, such as goods or services. ~ Webster's
"A Penny for Your Thoughts?" How often have we each head that simple statement?
We cannot deny that money seems to have a sobering effect upon all of our lives.
With it or without it, money never seems to be far from the sub-conscious. Money most often holds the offer of advantages and even unforeseen disadvantages.
A value of money rests in accordance to one's own life style.
At the same time, money as an inanimate object, remains very personal to the individual's choice and beliefs.
What you might do with your money, maybe what I would never do with my money. So objectively, money will be used in all of our lives according to our own heart and mind set.
Sometimes money may be a perplexing discouragement in life.
If we don't have enough to do the things we want to do; it seems like life is working against us. We blame money to be the culprit for a lot of our misfortunes. But, is it really?
Money always procures a direct responsibility from its possessor.
Our success orientated society places money as an achievement level within our lifestyles. Money rules in such thinking, whether right or wrong. Tenaciously elevating or destroying.
An innate power concerning money typically lies in the hands and minds that try to rule with it.
In many cases the power structure of money rules in communities, states, governments, and in our natins. It even seems that money dictates the success or ruin of all.
It seems that the use of money has also become an art indeed.
Our personal perspectives vary in degrees in its use and abuse.
A character trace can be seen even in our own spending habits and social conduct concerning money.
To the extent of your own thoughts toward money is a life pattern chiseled out.
What does your money show about you?
If you like the picture great. If you don't like what is showing, try a change - either socially, soulfully, or spiritually.
Again, "A Penny for Your Thoughts?"