A businessman once said to me; “It’s a sin not to separate a sucker from his money.” A smart shopper said; “The price of anything is only what some sucker is willing to pay.”
Sometimes people “know the price of everything and the value of nothing.” What do you think?
Creating wealth takes three things: know-how, materials, and tools. Sometimes the good old-fashioned way can not only be the fastest way to fill needs, but the cheapest when you do it yourself. Councilor Marian G. Romney commented on self-sufficiency in the same LDS General Conference session that Pres. Spencer W. Kimball gave his famous quote about “store what you eat; eat what you store.” Pres. Romney said, “Brothers and Sisters, you will see the time come upon us when the Saints will live only on those things which they produce at home.” What do you think brings the greatest things of value to your home?
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