Who Knew?

Who Knew? How should one look at money?  For many people, the question is easily answered: Money is a good thing that makes happiness happen.  But there are other voices out there that would question such an enthusiastic perspective.  For instance, Paul calls the love of money the root of all evil.  And he is not alone.  Winston Churchill once said, “We are stripped bare by the curse of plenty.”  Yikes!  Mahatma Gandhi is quoted as saying: “Golden shackles are far worse than iron ones.”  GK Chesterton wrote: “To be clever enough to get a great deal of money, one must be stupid enough to want it.”  And just to paint the darkest picture, just listen to what Martin Luther said: “A man that depends on the riches and honors of this world, forgetting God and the welfare of his own soul, is like a little child that holds a

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