Monday, October 29, 2018

Day 118 Priorities



What we think we become.   I think this; I have heard from masters of religious philosophies over the years.   I have been thinking of some folk, I know, who place money in front of people.  For right or wrong, I don't know if emphasis on money always works out.  By paying less for help or trying to not paying for work done, I believe they make it harder on themselves in the end.  The loyal and honest folk who will help build and keep their business humming leave eventually.  They can then be left with a mess.  I think there is a saying in the Bible in which Jesus talks about the difficulty of a rich man to ent the kingdom of heaven.  It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle then a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.  Maybe this has to do with priorities.  Money cannot buy happiness.  Don't get me wrong abject poverty does not appear fun as well.  Maybe it is in the spreading of wealth and helping when able including valuing others that we grow and learn. 

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