Louisa May Alcott: Bothered With Cash

Posted by admin on Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Louisa May Alcott in ‘Little Men’ Money Quote saying we can be so distracted by the demands of cash and property that we might better give it away instead of keeping it. Louisa May Alcott in ‘Little Men’ said:
 
I've been so bothered with my property, that I'm tired of it, and don't mean to save up any more, but give it away as I go along, and then nobody will envy me, or want to steal it, and I shan't be suspecting folks and worrying about my old cash Quote
 

“I’ve been so bothered with my property, that I’m tired of it, and don’t mean to save up any more, but give it away as I go along, and then nobody will envy me, or want to steal it, and I shan’t be suspecting folks and worrying about my old cash” — Louisa May Alcott

 

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Alcott suggests that true goodness and kindness are the most valuable assets one can possess, as they are the only things that will endure beyond wealth and fame. In other words, when all material possessions and worldly success are lost, the only thing that remains is the goodness we have shown to others.

This quote emphasizes the importance of living a life of integrity, compassion, and selflessness, as these qualities will be the only things that truly matter in the end.

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