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I found this quote that is attributed to Voltaire, a 17th century french writer and activist (more details). Unfortunately, i do not think Voltaire actually said this quote, as i can not find the quote origin in french. I will still attribute to him because there is no one else i can associate the quote with.
Don’t think money does everything, or you are going to end up doing everything for money
What is the truth in this quote other than the fluffy inspirational style message ?
1- Most of people already do everything for money, that’s the definition of our modern society, a bunch of people running in a rat race.
2- Money does almost everything in our days, money is the miracle solution to everything …. Even love, if you are rich girls will line up, if not, good luck finding a girl who will love you. (this love example do not apply to women)
Should we chase and just try to resolve everything with money?
Absolutely not, when it comes to money people are less genuine, more fake. Money will bring you fake love, fake friends, and even fake family ties. Thus there is some truth in this quote, but maybe can apply in few limited contexts.