“The whole function of money is not to HAVE it; its function is to USE it. The main reason for generating money is to buy experiences. You want to get to the end of your life with zilch in the bank, and look back and say, “My God, look at this huge pile of experiences,” because none of your memories are ever lost. Everything you’ve ever done is in your eternal memory somewhere. So what you’re looking to do is not to covet and acquire things, because that will make you neurotic and often keeps you poor. Come instead from the concept of experiencing.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Infinite Self”
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