The Richest Man in Babylon Quotes

George Samuel Clason
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"Why cannot we have our just share of the good thing so plentiful for those who have the gold with which to buy them?" Chapter 1, pg. 5

"Thou makest me to realize the reason why we have never found any measure of wealth. We never sought it." Chapter 1, pg. 7

"Then he looked at me shrewdly from under his shaggy brows and said in a low, forceful tone, 'I found the road to wealth when I decided that a part of all I earned was mine to keep.' Chapter 2, pg. 13

"Deride not what I say because of its simplicity. Truth is always simple." Chapter 3, pg. 27

"That what each of us calls our 'necessary expenses' will always grow to equal our incomes unless we protest to the contrary." Chapter 3, pg. 29

"Gold in a purse is gratifying to own and satisfieth a miserly soul but earns nothing." Chapter 3, pg. 31

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