Monday, March 28, 2011

The Master's Money Rules


This is the turnstyle that leads to eternal life, and there aren't many who find it. The arched double gate that leads to a living death is where the throngs pass. But you, go find the turnstyle and go in there.
The Master's money rules are simple and profound.

First, don't save money for the unknown. Don't keep a store of wealth.

Second, don't get into agreements and debts. Don't promise to pay in the future.

If you don't have what you need, beg. If you have more than you need, spend and give freely. And when you spend, beware of buying obligations, which are a ball and chain. Buy nothing you will be unwilling to give away.

Pay your creditors or beg for their forgiveness. If you have obligations or debts, pay them ahead with all your excess.

Seek no promises or insurances. Don't sue for payments. And forgive your debtors.
This is the turnstyle that leads to eternal life, and there aren't many who find it. The arched double gate that leads to a living death is where the throngs pass. But you, go find the turnstyle and go in there.

3 comments:

Marco Gil said...

These rules are simple, but true!

Marco Gil said...
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Thomas Gail Haws said...

Thanks, Marco, for your supportive words. The turnstyle isn't very showy, but it leads to an abundance of life.