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  • Kristina Turner

    I like this because it is a reminder that money does not give you happiness although that is the number one thing most people seek. You can have all the money in the world, but no one to share it with. It is important to live a well rounded life, money can buy you a lot of things; but it can not buy you a life.

  • Liz Shaw

    such a true story sad but true

  • Lady Bear

    "There are people so poor, that the only thing they have is money." So true. They may be poor in spirit, or in peace, or in happiness, but by golly they have money. I pity them.

  • Samantha Ries

    "There are people so poor, that the only thing they have is money." #quote #pin #truth

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