Modern Complications – Wealth

It is often understood in our daily lives that to be wealthy, you need to be in possession of expensive material goods or a surplus of money. Is it wrong to think we could be rich in family relations, the amount of love we show towards others or the talents we have been granted? Why should the world condemn the richest people in heart as destitute in the public standard?

A little thought and a little kindness are often worth more than a great deal of money. ~ John Ruskin

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