Money is a Commodity
Money is a Commodity

“Money is like a sixth sense without which you cannot make a complete use of the other five.”
William Somerset Maugham (1874 – 1965)

Money permeates every relationship in life, every interpersonal interaction:

Friendship and Courtship,



Living Together,



Death and etc!

Money is a commodity which takes on other meanings and emotions.

Money becomes the emotional football that everybody may use to throw back and forth at all others and never resolve their real issues.

Workers earn it,

Spendthrifts burn it,

Bankers lend it,

Women spend it,

Forgers fake it,

Taxes take it,

Dying leave it,

Heirs receive it,

Thrifty save it,

Misers crave it,

Robbers seize it,

Rich increase it,

Gamblers lose it,

Stock brokers sometimes (?) multiply it and…

We will all always can use it!

Paraphrased (!) from Richard Armour (1906 – 1989)

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