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Jim Cosgrove

This is great! I'm going to print these out individually, put them in a basket, and invite our Thanksgiving guests to pick one at random. The one they get is just the one they need. Thank you!

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Thanks Jim! I love your idea! Please let me know how your guests react...


Greg Linster

What a timely post Kent! I love the quotes.

Joan perry

Lovely. some of my favorite quotes and some new ones! Happy Thanksgiving to you!


Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Thanks, Greg & Joan! I also love the quotes and love to share.



Elizabeth @ Self Motivation

Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.This is very true. great post!

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Thanks Elizabeth! Being thankful is a key element in the art of contentment. The quote you like is from Lau Tzu, who was a great teacher of contentment.

I hope to hear from you again some time...


Financial Advisor Jacksonville FL

I'm here by mistake. I started reading and I should tell you that your site is great. You are writing so many interesting things. I disagree with many of them, but it's OK. I will probably visit your site more often. I would like to use your words on my own blog. Is it possible?

Melissa Taylor

Contentment is indeed true wealth. There's so much to Thanksgiving that that people today are not aware of.

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