A house but not a home.
A clock but not time.
A bed but not sleep.
Pleasure but not joy.
Sex but not love.
Food but not an appetite.
A doctor but not health.
Insurance but not safety.
Salvation but not peace.
A travel agent but not an adventure.
Luxury and status but not significance.
A promise but not a reputation.
A piece of paper but not an education.
An acquaintance but not a friend.
A title but not respect.
A headstone but it doesn’t mean you will be missed.
This is the problem with money. Money can’t buy anything we truly want.
Money is only one axiom we can use to measure a life worth living.
How will you measure your life?