Money answereth all things
February 11, 2009 1:24am CST
Come across King Solomon's statement in Eccl 10:19. "A feast is made for laughter, and wine maketh merry: but money answereth all things" How true! This world is really a "no money, no talk" world. If Solomon lives today, he will make a very good motivation speaker.
1 Mar 09
Hi there scheng1, That is the most truth of all scheng1, But some of us still denied that money will buy love, friendship, relationship and ecetera..But the truth is money rules every corner of human needs since this money invented. Happy posting always, oxox'dian from Bali island.
1 Mar 09
Dear Diansinta, all the rich people acknowledge the power of money. Of course they will not say that money can buy love. But they use money to buy things for their beloved. I develop this theme into a short article, one of the points I want to make is this: Love, the most powerful emotion in the world, has to be expressed through money. The only other powerful way of expressing love is sacrificing our lives. But that is hardly common. I mean, a mother will probably rush into the burning house to save her baby, but how often is that? Most likely, she will use her hard earned money to provide for her baby. If given a choice to be poor or rich, I rather be rich than poor.
1 Mar 09
AGREE!!! For example if you have a baby, what will you do if you don't have money, in the other hands we need to have, blanket, baby crib, baby towel, baby soap and shampoo, his college education in the future? Right? And the idiom "Money can't buy happiness?" its a crabs..I wanna be rich!! the question is... How?!?!doh any suggestion my friend? LOL
5 Mar 09
Hi Diansinta, I want to be rich too. I guess by this time I have read more than a hundred books on the topic of getting rich. I have gained a lot and learnt that the only way to be rich is to invest in yourself. All of us are good in something that can make us rich. Even Warren Buffet knows his limit, he doesn't start a business because he doesn't the patience and the skill for the start up phase of a business. So he buy existing and profitable business instead. And he always refer to the wisdom of his teacher, Graham.
5 Mar 09
Very true indeed. Even though people say that money can't buy you everything - that may be true but money can be used to indirectly get what you really want. You want a good life? Go to a good school to earn a decent living. Or go learn on your own - living as a student isn't actually cost-free. If you want to live happy, then learn how to be happy! You'd still need money to actually live so that you can give yourself a chance to be happy! Thanks for the response on my discussion!