“The gods only laugh when people ask them for money.” —Japanese Proverb
Would that which we call money by another name smell as sweet?
If we name it lettuce or cabbage, can we put it where our mouth is?
“Put your money where your love is.” —Robert C. Hunter
Can we give new meaning to counting beans?
“Beans have a soul.” —Pythagoras
Can we save trees?
“Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit.” —Khalil Gibran
Can we buy the stuff dreams are made of?
“Love is the only gold.” —Alfred Lord Tennyson
Can we reap as we sow?
“Do what you love and the money will follow.” —Marsha Sinetar Can we kick back and watch it grow?
“Contentment is the only real wealth.” —Alfred Nobel
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“All good fortune is a gift of the gods.” Anita Brookner
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