Off a few days last week for training in Tennessee. Glad to be home and get my fingers walking on the keyboard of my PC!
Reading this quote from the book, “The Richest Man in Babylon” makes me think on a deeper level about how we use money!
Here is the quote. “Gold, you see, Rodan, is the merchandise of the lender of money. It is easy to lend. If it is lent unwisely then it is difficult to get back. The wise lender wishes not the risk of the undertaking but the guarantee of safe repayment. “Tis well,” he continued, “to assist those that are in trouble, tis well to help those upon whom fate has laid a heavy hand. “Tis well to help those who are starting that they may progress and become valuable citizens. But help must be given wisely, lest, like the farmer’s ass, in our desire to help we but take upon ourselves the burden that belongs to another.”
Good reading. I so love my Kindle on my Windows phone!
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