“I think God s worst enemy is Money”

— Bhavik Sarkhedi, Share via Whatsapp

“Money gives you the joy, hides the truth Science gives you the truth, hides the joy”

— Morteza Razzaqi, Share via Whatsapp

“...the real thing s money, and all the rest is a dream.”

— E M Forster, Howards End Annotated, Share via Whatsapp

“Even if you have no money, you can still pay attention.”

— Nitya Prakash, Share via Whatsapp

“Knowledge may be power, but money buys both.”

— V.E. Schwab, Vengeful, Share via Whatsapp

“Hustle for our communities like how you hustle for your campaign.”

— Jill Telford, Share via Whatsapp

“Fake life is expensive.”

— De philosopher DJ Kyos, Share via Whatsapp

“Father xmas is like the love from a prostitute, it doesn’t exist and it makes you spend loads of money.”

— Alain Bremond-Torrent, running is flying intermittently, Share via Whatsapp

“Bitcoin cannot be acquired for free, neither is it too costly to acquire today, which is precisely why it is setting humanity free.”

— Olawale Daniel, Share via Whatsapp

“Time & Money. Many of us have neither. Some have one but not the other. A rare few have both.”

— Mary Shuhart Inoue, Share via Whatsapp

“The more your money works for you, the less you have to work for money.”

— Idowu Koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability, Share via Whatsapp

“Let s say I will rip your life apart. Me and my banker friends. How can he explain that to him? The world is not run from where he thinks. Not from border fortresses, not even from Whitehall. The world is run from Antwerp, from Florence, from places he has never imagined; from Lisbon, from where the ships with sails of silk drift west and are burned up in the sun. Not from the castle walls, but from counting houses, not be the call of the bugle, but by the click of the abacus, not by the grate and click of the mechanism of the gun but by the scrape of the pen on the page of the promissory note that pays for the gun and the gunsmith and the powder and shot.”

— Hilary Mantel, Wolf Hall, Share via Whatsapp

“Those who think money can t buy happiness just don t know where to shop … People would be happier and healthier if they took more time off and spent it with their family and friends, yet America has long been heading in the opposite direction. People would be happier if they reduced their commuting time, even if it meant living in smaller houses, yet American trends are toward even larger houses and ever longer commutes. People would be happier and healthier if they took longer vacations even if that meant earning less, yet vacation times are shrinking in the United States, and in Europe as well. People would be happier, and in the long run and wealthier, if they bought basic functional appliances, automobiles, and wristwatches, and invested the money they saved for future consumption; yet, Americans and in particular spend almost everything they have – and sometimes more – on goods for present consumption, often paying a large premium for designer names and superfluous features.”

— Jonathan Haidt, The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom, Share via Whatsapp

“Yes the truth is that men s ambition and their desire to make money are among the most frequent causes of deliberate acts of injustice.”

— Aristotle, Politics, Share via Whatsapp

“The ascent of money has been essential to the ascent of man.”

— Niall Ferguson, The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World, Share via Whatsapp

“An educated woman is seen as a human being with a vagina. An uneducated woman is seen as a vagina with a human being.”

— Mokokoma Mokhonoana, Share via Whatsapp

“In the turbulent art arena they all pitch in and do their dubious and mercantile part in the rocambolesque saga of the art since so many judge art with their ears and the sound of the money. (“When is art?”)”

— Erik Pevernagie, Share via Whatsapp