Are You and Money Good Friends?

Have you ever heard the expression: “I have money that’s just burning a hole in my pocket?” This phrase refers to the notion of having money you don’t know what to do with. It is as if the money wants to be spent.

This phrase implies to me, that money has no real purpose. And that is a problem because although money itself has no purpose, our using it can and should have purpose.

Money is a means to something, be it a tangible, material or principle based. Money either fulfills a need, adds to comfort or is utilized with purpose.

I think that money is best utilized when purpose has been assigned to it. Having purpose to money gives money a chance of being utilized satisfactorily and with intention.

I think that it is important to get clear about money: What is its purpose for you? What is enough? What do you want it to give you? These are important questions to ask yourself about money. It is there to sustain you when you have a purpose for it.

May money and you become friends.

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