Emil Cioran about poverty (“The Trouble With Being Born”, 1973) - The poor, by thinking unceasingly of money, reach the point of losing the spiritual advantages of non-possession, thereby sinking as low as the rich.
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The poor, by thinking unceasingly of money, reach the point of losing the spiritual advantages of non-possession, thereby sinking as low as the rich.
 Emil Cioran, The Trouble With Being Born (1973). copy citation

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