Daily Money Minute

Fotolia_54867638_XS_7“Money, past a certain point, cannot buy you anything worth having.” ~Giles Coren

Having money can be nice insofar as you can live in a nice house, drive a nice car, wear fine clothes and eat in the best restaurants. All wonderful I am sure. However money can’t buy you love and it can’t buy genuine affection from other people, whether they are your children, your family, a partner or your friends. If you could only have either the fine things money can buy or strong, well-balanced relationships with the people who should matter most to you, which one would you choose? I don’t know about you but for me, people matter most. All of the most memorable times in my life have had other people at the core. It is people who have made the difference to me.

Having money is nice; but having people in my life is much nicer. Yes I try to ensure that I have money, but not at the expense of the people in my life. I would rather be poor than lose the people who matter most to me. Of course that’s me; but what do you think?

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