In America, if you ask a roomful of people who wants to be rich, almost every hand gets raised. The desire for wealth is almost a forgone conclusion in our society. So much so, in fact, anybody who claims they don’t want more is quickly labeled a madman, a liar, or misinformed.

But I don’t think this assumption concerning our relentless pursuit of money should go unchallenged. It might be a helpful exercise to measure our desires and weigh them against the alternative.

So let me pose a question.

What if the desire for money could be entirely removed from our lives? What riches might stand on the other side? What benefits would we discover?

via Greater Riches Than Wealth.


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