Tuesday, 13 October 2009


One can never be too thin or too rich.’

Wallis Simpson is purported to have said.

I believe one can be too slim and too rich, but I have a dismorphic attitude to money, somewhere along the line I’ve garnered the notion that money is evil, which is as stupid as thinking money is God. I should have it out with money as this animosity towards it means I’m left just about getting by rather than having plenty to spare. I do however seem to believe I am rich – which is helpful. Believing you’re poor, as I did when I was a student, is a self-fulfilling prophecy. And as we all know, life’s riches are not of monetary value anyway.

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