One by one the forms and levels of needs in the Maslow pyramid may be studied as cores for enrichments, although "enriched excretion" may seem far out for those who are not much constipated. Another example: A man can get rich on some levels to the degree he takes meaningful care of his family and friends, and gets a beneficial sex partner.
A rich soul is truly rich.
A stupid disregard for money is not being insightful enough, for money often helps.
Adversity happen to make some people wise.
After a man gets rich, his next ambition is to get richer. - American Proverb
Become a great millionaire; not just a millionaire.
Deep meditation practice could buy extra years where money cannot.
Detect fallacies and swindles - Some of the ancient Bible stories are most likely made up. Compare Genesis 15:12-21.
Fame is lost in time, and lower forms of riches as well.
Good enrichment serves a wise man but commands a fool.
Good love amounts to enrich the soul, delight the heart.
He who enjoys good health is rich, though he knows it not. - Italian Proverb
He who wants to bring home the riches of India, he must have them within himself. - Spanish Proverb
Honesty could help some, although slowly.
In a less than ideal world, bigwig followers tend to erect stiffened barricades against information that does not suit them. The consequences of cult indoctrination may not be easy. And yet, Philip Zimbardo, formerly professor at Stanford, has pointed out that what could be needed, is to make the large society more "cult-like" in some ways, that is, more caring, friendly, less exploitative.
In some other cases it is fine if main readings and a reader's proficiency and interests match.
It appears that insignificant men have not been vouchsafed more than money riches, but then again, appearances are at times deceptive.
It may help to detect fallacies and swindles before becoming a victim of them.
Maslow's layered pyramid of needs also shows levels and dominant forms of enrichment.
Much that is said to be done for the benefit of the followers, serves enrichment of the leaders.
Of all classes the rich are the most noticed and the least studied. - John Kenneth Galbraith
Quality books may help, but to embrace cult books and a cult fare is less asserting than what is really liberating.
Riches are apt to betray a man into arrogance. - Joseph Addison
Sound knowledge is better than mere monetary riches.
Successful people welcome some challenges. - With Scot Andersen, chap. 15)
The beggar is not afraid of the drawbacks of being rich. - Sanskrit Proverb
The greatest fortune is what lies in our hearts. - Dean Koontz
The rich never have to seek out their relatives. - Italian Proverb
The stupid disregard that being enriched works on many other levels than the mere money level.
There are people who have money and people who are rich. - Coco Chanel
There is solid enrichment and other forms of enrichment.
Think and grow rich. - Napoleon Hill
To be rich in good deeds is not a bad thing in itself.
To get wealthy by decent means is a worthy goal in life.
What is for your enrichment may well be a stepping stone to other, better, more insightful work.
What makes you happy, may well make you feel richer.
Anderson, Scot. Think Like a Billionaire, Become a Billionaire: As a Man Thinks, so Is He. Tulsa, OK: Harrison House, 2012. ⍽▢⍽ A book packed with mammon values and God on top of that, the American way.
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