20 There Is No Accident Of Wealth Or Inheritence

One who overvalues the pleasures and indulgences which money can buy, and uses his money to procure these, must be without money at some time, and feel the need of it.

The misuse of money brings poverty;

the right use of money brings independence and honest wealth.

Money properly procured gives physical conditions for comfort, enjoyment and work for self and others. One who is born of honorable and wealthy parents, or who inherits money, has earned it by his thought and actions;

there is no accident of wealth or of inheritance by birth.

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