Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Money Matters

Does money matter? Sometimes. It's hard to get a college education is you don't have enough. On a more important level, it's hard to make a living and survive and eat if you don't have enough money. But beyond the obvious, the material, does money really matter?
No. Not really. Money can buy things, it can give simple joins and take them away easily, it can relieve you or stress you out, but whatever you buy with money you eventually grow tired off, forget about, and you just need more.
True happiness isn't about how much money you have and what you do with it, it's about how much time you have and what you put into it. Happiness is about good memories, good times with friends, stories to tell your grandchildren, stories to listen to from your grandparents. It's about good times, and it's about holding on to what you feel is important, and cherishing the memories of what (and who) you hold dear. It's about not taking life for granted, but going forth each day realizing that you have another chance.
It's not the money, it's the time.
Life is the real treasure of life.



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