Think about all the myths you've been taught about money. Money does not contribute to peace of mind. Material things do not contribute to happiness. We can never honor things if we use them as a means to self-enhancement.
Author Daniel Arthur Nelson, who has gone from living a hardscrabble life to one of pleasure and luxury, sweeps those lies aside. He contends that money helps people achieve great things, and wanting it is an honorable desire.
Money can bring economic security and allow you to enrich the body, mind, and soul. Underestimating the peace and happiness money can bring you is a dire mistake that could have devastating consequences.
While there is nothing intrinsically bad about poor people, the notion that there is virtue in poverty is misguided and harmful. On the contrary, the sensible and moral view is that the love of money, properly balanced, is indeed, righteous. Seeking material success allows you to live a more productive life and enjoy The Virtue of Money.