Earning a living is hard work; not spending it all is even harder. The root of all evil is not money, but greed.
Patience makes poor men rich; impatience makes poor men poorer.
Like a flock of sheep, money requires a shepherd. Money left untended will bleed away.
Desire, determination, and discipline can take you anywhere. Worrying takes you nowhere.
We can’t take money with us when we die, but we don’t have to wait until we die until we share.
The fool believing money buys happiness will be happy as soon as he gets a bigger yacht and faster jet.
The pain of repaying debt lasts far longer than the pleasure of a new purchase.
Money is only as important as you make it.
Love money all you want; but it will never love you back.
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