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I Am Absolutely Convinced That No Wealth In The World Can Help Humanity Forward, Even In The Hands Of The Most Devoted Worker. The Example Of Great And Pure Individuals Is The Only Thing That Can Lead Us To Noble Thoughts And Deeds. Money Only Appeals To Selfishness And Irresistibly Invites Abuse. Can Anyone Imagine Moses, Jesus Or Ghandi Armed With The Money-bags Of Carnegie.
~ Albert Einstein
The Rule Is Not To Talk About Money With People Who Have Much More Or Much Less Than You.
~ Katharine Whitehorn
Why Is The Man Or Woman Who Invests All Your Money Called A Broker?
~ George Carlin
The Safest Way To Double Your Money Is To Fold It Over Twice And Put It In Your Pocket.
~ Frank McKinney Hubbard
The Chief Value Of Money Lies In The Fact That One Lives In A World In Which It Is Overestimated.
~ H. L. Mencken
Everything Can Be Learned, Including, To A Very Large Extent, To Be What You Are Not. You Can Learn To Be Pretty If You Are Plain, Charming If You Are Dull, Thin If You Are Fat, Youthful If You Are Aging, How To Write Though You Are Inarticulate, How To Make Money Though You Are Not Good With Figures.
~ Henry Anatole Grunwald
The American Male At The Peak Of His Physical Powers And Appetites, Driving 160 Big White Horses Across The Scenes Of An Increasingly Open Society, With Weekend Money In His Pocket And With Little Prior Exposure To Trouble And Tragedy, Personifies An Accident Going To Happen.
~ John Sloan Dickey
If Money Be Not Thy Servant, It Will Be Thy Master. The Covetous Man Cannot So Properly Be Said To Possess Wealth, As That May Be Said To Possess Him.
~ Francis Bacon
A Job Is What We Do For Money Work Is What We Do For Love.
~ Marysarah Quinn
It Has Been Said That The Love Of Money Is The Root Of All Evil. The Want Of Money Is So Quite As Truly.
~ Samuel Butler, Erewhon (1872)
History Does Not Record Anywhere At Any Time A Religion That Has Any Rational Basis. Religion Is A Crutch For People Not Strong Enough To Stand Up To The Unknown Without Help. But, Like Dandruff, Most People Do Have A Religion And Spend Time And Money On It And Seem To Derive Considerable Pleasure From Fiddling With It.
~ Robert Heinlein, Time Enough for Love (1972)
I Choose The Likely Man In Preference To The Rich Man; I Want A Man Without Money Rather Than Money Without A Man.
~ Themistocles, from Plutarch, Lives
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