So a friend of ours is in the oil business.
More money than the House of Saud, this guy.
He doesn’t buy cars. He doesn’t buy yachts. What he does, instead, is he eats at fancy, five-star restaurants and pays them an immodest sum of cash to serve him Miller High Life.
That’s success, he says. Money can buy happiness, and happiness comes in 12-ounce bottles.
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After all, we live in a time of both plenitude and strife. Each of us has succeeded at work and at home, just as surely as we’ve all faced roadblocks and setbacks.
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