Trying to imagine the mind of one of the greatest thinkers, inventors, philosophers, and statesmen of history on what he would think of government spending from an altered 300-year perspective is like trying to imagine what God thinks of Nazis. We may think the answer is obvious, but all we can really do is apply principles or “virtues” that guarantee good over evil, wealth over debt, and individual liberality over government welfare.
Wealth Virtues Journal: May 20, 2012
Wealth Virtues Journal: January 22, 2012
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Wealth Virtues Journal: January 11, 2012
The key is to change the way you think and your behavior. Start with practicing the virtues of Benjamin Franklin and apply them to your finances. Wealth Virtues will help you do this.
Wealth Virtues Journal: November 3, 2011
With the misguided anger at Wall Street and the perceived “Rich”, maybe we need to look into even greater disparities between the have and have nots – like talent and drive.