I’ve got all the money I’ll ever need—just so long as I die by four o’clock. —Henny Youngman
I was so good at being a man, with such plenitude and simplicity, that I thought I was something of a superman. —Albert Camus
Right now, for the first time ever, a passionate and committed individual has access to the technology, minds and capital required to take on any challenge.
—Peter H Diamandis
My Lord. It is too much, and not enough.
Like the rain, everything comes in bucketsful—or not at all.
God doesn’t measure his bounty, but oh, how we do!
You never find people labouring to convince you that you may live very happily upon a plentiful fortune.
In his heyday, Howard Hughes didn’t have as good a television as you do.
—Kevin D Williamson
If we command our wealth, we shall be rich and free.
The thankful receiver bears a plentiful
Wealth comes from industry and the hard experience of human toil. To dissipate it in waste and extravagance is disloyalty to humanity. —Calvin Coolidge
You crown the year with your bounty, and your carts overflow with abundance.
It was a rich place. As rich as plumcake.
An abundance of money can bless as well as curse. The latter is to be vigilantly guarded against.
Image: Henny Youngman: Paul Natkin / Wireimage; Henry Miller: Larry Colwell/Anthony Barboza/Getty Images; Burke, Coolidge, Johnson: Shutterstock; Lewis: Hans Wild/The Life Picture Collection/Getty Images; Diamandis: Mike Blake / Reuters