A dollar bill lies crumpled to your right, a bible rests righteously to your left. Erase belief from the scene and one becomes a slip of paper and the other a book, but which garners more faith? Lay one upon the altar of the Golden Arches and delivered unto you shall be a paltry burger. Whether or not the Virgin Mary shall be depicted by the sesame seeds of its bun, however, is anybody's guess.
Money equalizes. Money defines.
People control money. Money controls people.
Describe the differences between a one dollar bill and a one hundred dollar bill. Do not use the word worth. Do not use the word value. Do not use the word buy. You may use the word zero.
Money is fiction.
Money is indifferent, yet there is bitter money, kind money and honest money. Money reads the palm of he who holds it.
(shhh--here's a secret: Clench money too tightly and poison will flow between you and it.)
Luck and money are kissing cousins. Everyone wants as much of both as they can get even though either can turn bad on a dime.
One man stands before a vending machine with empty pockets and lips parched. Another just as thirsty stands waist deep in a roomful of quarters and no vending machine.
What is the value of a handful of coins?
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