unknown, but probably someone with a modest bank account
As for me, I have noticed that two types of people tend to express the idea that “Money does not matter”: Those who have plenty and feel good about being rich (rationalization) and those who have little and feel guilty about being poor (defensiveness).
Some say that our relationships with other people are more important than having money. Okay,n I definitely buy that … but does having money make that connection with someone easier to create? Does having money make communication easier, especially with those at a distance? Does money increase the choices for opportunities for meaningful connection?
What say you merry folk?
Does such a thing as a “pleasant kind of misery” exist?
How does wealth affect your concept of happiness?
What does this have to do with the season?
As usual, more questions than answers.
Counting the pennies and frankly wishing it took longer in the Heartland ….