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Mr. Money is not guilty

This is a special guest post. The grievances and notice from Mr. Money that share it in sorrow to readers. Please read carefully below :

My name is Mr. Money (sometime was called : Dough). My face is just plain, my physical is also weak, but I am able to overhaul the world order.

I'm able to change the behavior even human nature because humans idolize me. Many people change their personality, betray friends, sell their bodies, even abandon their faith, for my sake. That's not my command, note that!

I really do not understand the difference of pious and depraved people, but humans using me as a benchmark, determine rich or poor, honorable or lowly. Blame to human, not me.

I am not devil, but often people do abominations because of me. So I ask for justice who is the real devil.

I'm not the third person to make them divorced or make children and parents quarrel. I beg to the judge to re-examine this case.

It is very clear that I am not God. You must obey your religion forbids you to be a slave to money. I'm often curious why many godly people more respect to me. You must blame to human why worship me like God. That's your own mistake.

I should be serving human beings, it's just human beings who want to be my slave. Just think who's wrong.

I never sacrificed myself for anyone, but many people are willing to die for me. I emphasize that it is not my fault.

I need to remind you that I can only be a tool to pay for your prescription. I can not prolong your life even though you have me abundantly. Note that!

If at any time God calls you back then I can not accompany you nor redeem your sins. You must face yourself to the Creator and receive His judgment. Do not relate the problem to me.

Elephant die leaving ivory, tiger die leaving mottle, human die leaving a name. That's when people will remember whether you use me for goodness or not?

That's my notice in order to be properly understood. Sorry if it offend you.

Sincerely,
Mr. Money

Related posts about Money : 1) Money for nothing  2) Chinese proverb about money

Comments

  1. Well said! I think people who pursue money as a means to achieve happiness will neither find satisfaction nor happiness.

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    1. You are right. Thank you!

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  2. I love the way how you present it in satirical style and a bit of humor.
    Anyway a very good reminder.

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  3. A wonderful thought and perspective indeed. Nice of you to share. Greetings!

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  4. Excellent commentary - money can be an effective tool to be used by the folks smart enough to know how to use it wisely.

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    1. Thank you. The era of capitalism and individualism tends to force people to be materialistic. Would you like to share a proverb about money that you really like?

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  5. Would it be OK if I cross-posted this article to WriterBeat.com? There is no fee; I’m simply trying to add more content diversity for our community and I enjoyed readting your work. I’ll be sure to give you complete credit as the author. If “OK” please let me know via email.

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    1. It's OK as long as including a link to the original source (this article), not changing its contents, and share it for free.
      I'm pleased to know that you enjoy to read it.
      Thank you.

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