Tag Archives: Wealth

Health, Wealth, and Happiness

It seems almost a curse to raise a glass in a toast to wish you health, wealth, and happiness. The pursuit of one precludes and negates the other two. The ardent pursuit of health will cost you some wealth and … Continue reading

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Isn’t it a Pity – Isn’t it a Shame

Isn’t it a pity; isn’t it a shame; A remark overheard while driving a school bus: “There go mah cousin!” I glanced over to see a thin young black woman standing on the corner, calves knotted, wearing very high heels. … Continue reading

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At some point in the future society must come to recognize greed as a form of mental illness and intervene for the betterment of society as a whole. Perhaps three adult citizens could petition the authorities to arrest the miscreant … Continue reading

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Quote of the Year – Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is perfectly orthodox from his own point-of-view. When I first read this article I thought this deserves to be quote-of-the-day at very least. Then I thought it deserved quote-of-the-week perhaps; or even quote-of-the-month. But it’s a bit late … Continue reading

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