Have you ever heard someone justify an extravagant purchase by saying, ‘I’m worth it’? This is faulty reasoning. Your worth is inestimable because you bear my very image and likeness. Don’t bring it down to the world of commerce in material goods. Haven’t I chosen the poor to be rich in faith? But anyone who attaches their worth to an inanimate object is poor no matter how much money they have. If you understand your true worth it will bring you to a place of contentment. Here you will be the master of all things and the slave of none, using the things of this world without being owned by them. Then you can consider purchases by their true value.
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