prosperity

A Quote by Lateef Terrell Warnick on life, love, light, wisdom, prosperity, laughter, happiness, joy, treasure, self, and service

The greatest life one can have is of service. Give joy, happiness, bliss, laughter, wisdom, prosperity, love & light to others. By doing so, you tap into the Infinite Source within ensuring that you will never have to do without these "treasures" yourself!

Lateef Warnick

Source: "One Source Of Universal Love"

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A Quote by Chellie Campbell on circumstances, freeway, gears, passion, prosperity, and sun

We recreate the circumstances we can't handle over and over until - finally - we choose a different way to behave that solves the problem...But you can't train yourself to do something new without attracting to yourself the circumstances in which to actually do it...From very humble beginnings, my life has exploded with passion, purpose, and prosperity.  I say yes when I want to and no when I must, without feeling guilty.  I was drifting on a gloomy highway to nowhere, and a book showed me how to shift gears, turn left, and speed up the freeway to success.  Now every day is a glorious ride in the sun.

Chellie Campbell

Contributed by: Lori

A Quote by Mekhilta on prosperity, fortune, and gratitude

Do not be like those who honor their gods in prosperity and curse them in adversity. Rather, in pleasure or in pain, give thanks.

Mekhilta

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Linda Ralphs on peace, joy, health, prosperity, and good life

What is the 'good life' but peace, joy, health, and prosperity?

Linda Fifer Ralphs

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A Quote by Lee Iacocca on lee iacocca, waiting, prosperity, action, trick, and tip

The trick is to make sure you don't die waiting for prosperity to come.

Lee Iacocca

Source: Lee Iacocca

Contributed by: inquisitive711

A Quote by Dalai Lama on natural treasures, wisdom, health, prosperity, and human life

Our planet is blessed with vast natural treasures.  If we use them wisely, beginning with the elimination of militarism and war, every human being will be able to live a healthy, prosperous existence.

Dalai Lama

Source: The Dalai Lama's Book of Wisdom

Contributed by: Taikunping

A Quote by unknown on education, prosperity, and knowledge

If you want one year of prosperity, plant corn.
If you want ten years of prosperity, plant trees.
If you want one hundred years of prosperity, educate people

unknown

Source: http://www.grinningplanet.com/6001/environmental-quotes.htm#education

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A Quote by E. C. Riegel on money, politics, money-making, prosperity, wealth, govern, and government

As has been stated, the purpose of money is to split barter into two parts so that the seller is free to find his source of supply later and elsewhere. This is the sole purpose of money. Any effort to use money to serve another purpose is perversive; and this statement condemns the entire managed money philosophy.

E. C. Riegel

Source: http://www.mind-trek.com/treatise/ecr-pem/ch2.htm

Contributed by: peter

A Quote by E. C. Riegel on money, politics, money-making, prosperity, wealth, govern, government, banking, and monopoly

Contrary to popular belief, the banker is neither a money creator nor a money lender. He merely profits from the ignorance of businessmen by charging them for authorizing them to create money, a function that is natural to the buyer and which he can exert without cost if he is intelligent enough to form a reciprocal enabling pact with other buyers. The process involves no cost and, therefore, justifies no fee. Since the money is created only by the act of buying, the banker, of course, does not lend it, and since he is not the buyer, he does not create it. Money cannot be loaned or borrowed until it has been created by the act of buying. Therefore it is correct to say that a savings bank makes loans, but a commercial bank makes no loans. It merely permits "borrowers" to create money. thus increasing the money supply. Non-banking corporations, individuals, pawnbrokers, etc., loan money from the existing supply. Therefore interest may be justified in these cases of actual loans, whereas, it cannot be justified where the "borrower" is the actual creator.

E. C. Riegel

Source: http://www.mind-trek.com/treatise/ecr-pem/ch2.htm

Contributed by: peter

A Quote by E. C. Riegel on money, politics, money-making, prosperity, wealth, govern, and government

The first cardinal truth of money is that no one, whether individual or government, can issue money without buying something. By inviting government to become a money issuer, we invite it to become our customer. Then we quarrel with it if it tries to buy something that we deem within the province of private enterprise.

The second cardinal truth of money is that money must be backed with something, and the act of backing can only be the act of selling. Since we object to government buying and selling anything useful, but nevertheless insist that it issue money, we force it into boondoggling or public works that do not conflict with our private enterprise. Thus we compel government to issue unbacked money by making it impossible for it to sell anything in exchange for the money it issues. As this process of issuing unbacked money continues, each unit grows weaker and thus the dosage must be increased. Hedged about, as government is, by our objections to its invading private enterprise and yet keeping it under the pressure to issue money, it is ultimately forced to the most consummate public works spending program, which is war.

E. C. Riegel

Source: http://www.mind-trek.com/treatise/ecr-pem/intro.htm

Contributed by: peter

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