Money: Good Servant; Bad Master

Money, is just like blood. It must circulate through the whole body to ensure good health, money is of no use until it is dispersed outwards, shared in a life-affirming manner. When blood circulation slows, blood clots form, and illness takes hold.

Of course, the accumulation of money in moderation, such as with savings, is merely a part of the proper management of your personal finances. But bear in mind that holding on to money, hoarding it, prevents it from being used wisely, in support of life – and at risk of becoming an end in itself and an obstacle to happiness.

Follow this advice from Maria Duval: keep the money that comes into your life moving.

And better still: Give and you will receive.

Always remember that: "Money is a good servant but a bad master".

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Angelique said...

I agree with what you said that "Money is a good servant but a Bad Master" but I guess people are not aware of that and some even worship money as if they can't live without it. How sad...

Custom Yard Signs said...

@Angelina I agree with you but money is quite important and money is even more important in bad times.