Money is in a way is like fire; it’s an extremely excellent servant but a terrible master.When you have it mastering you; when interest is constantly amassing against you, it will keep you down in the worst sort of slavery. But let money work for you, and you’ve the most devoted servant in the world. It’s no “eye-servant.” There’s nothing animate or inanimate that will work so faithfully as money when placed in the right places.It works night and day, and in wet or dry weather.So don’t let it work against you; if you do there’s no chance for success in life so far as money is concerned. Read and find out more here.
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About the Author
A recipient of both the Pulitzer Prize (1988), the Nobel Prize for Literature (1993), and numerous other honors and awards, Toni Morrison is the bestselling author of the novels Beloved, Sula, Song of Solomon, and The Bluest Eye. One of America's most gifted storytellers, her fiction is characterized by epic themes, vivid dialogue, and richly detailed characters. Inspired by the true story of a runaway slave, her book Beloved was adapted for film in 1998.
Hometown:Princeton, New Jersey, and Manhattan
Date of Birth:February 18, 1931
Place of Birth:Lorain, Ohio
Education:Howard University, B.A. in English, 1953; Cornell, M.A., 1955