Tempted to Pick That Up

Want to see how  people behave when nobody watching?

You can easily make out their character!

Just spread a few currency notes on the road, keep a watch and enjoy the story unfolding!

Doesn’t matter if the notes are soiled or torn!

“Instead of loving people and using money, people often love money and use people”  Wayne Gerard Trotman

We all talk of greed. And we relate to money. What exactly is it?

“Greed is not a financial issue. It’s a heart issue”  Andy Stanley

Money vs Love

“Money is like love; It kills slowly and painfully the one who withholds it, and enlivens the other, who turns it on his fellow man”  Kahlil Gibran

10 things- money can’t buy!

  • Manners
  • Morals
  • Respect
  • Character
  • Trust
  • Commonsense
  • Integrity
  • Class
  • Patience
  • Love

What is life’s best kept-secret?

Good news– it’s an open secret.

Bad news-unfortunately, we all ignore it.

“Money is numbers and numbers never end. If it takes money to be happy, your search for happiness will never end”  Bob Marley

What is ‘The truth’ my friend?

Them: Money doesn’t bring happiness.

Me: Pass the money over here. I like to be sad”   unknown

Surprisingly there are three things where ‘Greed’ is encouraged

“If you have to be greedy, then be greedy for Knowledge,

If you have to horde, horde Joy in your life,

If you have to accomplish, then accomplish Charity in your life”  Prem Rawat

What are my thoughts?

“Chase your passion and money will come. Chase money and you may never find your passions”  Colin Wright


”Greed in the end, fails even the greedy”  Cathryn Louis

More than this I can’t explain and I am lost!

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

Image by © PTP-2020 All Rights Reserved

This post is part of Becky.B’s  SQUARE UP photo challenge

12 thoughts on “Tempted to Pick That Up

  1. Sadly, the political and celebrity scene proves that money can buy THE ILLUSION of all the things that it can’t.

    As far as defining greed… A radio show host several years ago challenged people to define it, claiming it couldn’t be done and that calling somebody greedy was just coveting what they had.

    After much thought, I came up with my own definition; Greed is desire for anything you’re not willing to strive for and come by honestly.

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