Homesteading48 Things Money Can't Buy

48 Things Money Can't Buy

48 Things Money Can’t Buy

This list of 48 things money can’t buy is a thought providing teaser that asks you what is important to you. Many people would say that money isn’t the most important thing in this world, do you agree ? Is you opinion today, the same as it would have been 10, 20 or 30 years ago ?

Ever dream of winning the lottery or some outlandish way of coming into a fantastic amount of money (tax free of course, lol) and how you could enrich your life and the people around you ? Yep, money has a way of becoming that mental daydream elusive cure but in reality the list of 48 things money can’t buy are the things in life that does count.

48 Things Money Can't Buy
48 Things Money Can’t Buy

1. Honesty

2. Luck

3. Respect

4. Wisdom

5. Class

6. Happiness

7. Integrity

8. Humility

9. Compassion

10. Patience

11. Common Sense

12. A Long Life

13. Good Friends

14. A Great Idea

15. Peace Of Mind

16. Skill Building

17. Self Sufficiency

18. Close Knit Family

19. Proper Perspective

20. Strong Work Ethic

21. Work Life Balance

22. A Good Reputation

23. Well Adjusted Kids

24. An Honest Politician

25. A 2nd Chance At A Missed Opportunity

26. Preparedness For Your Family

27. Appreciation Of Simple Things

28. A Golden Anniversary

29. Peace In The World

30. Enough Hours In A Day

31. A Clear Conscience

32. A Worry Free Day

33. A New Beginning

34. Purpose In Life

35. Time To Relax

36. Natural Beauty

37. Grandchildren

38. Good Health

39. An Open Mind

40. A Happy Home

41. Education

42. Good Karma

43. True Love

44. Manners

45. Justice

46. Talent

47. Equality

48. Trust

Additions suggested by readers… Faith, Knowledge, Experience, Time and Inner Peace.

Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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