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Living Below Your Means Quotes By Thomas Sowell

Most Americans living below the official poverty line own a car or truck - and government entitlement programs seldom provide cars and trucks. Most people living below the official poverty line also have air condition, color television and a microwave oven - and these too are not usually handed out by government entitlement programs. Cell phone and other electronic devices are by no means unheard of in low-income neighborhoods, where children would supposedly go hungry if there were no school lunch programs. In reality, low-income people are overweight even more often than other Americans. — Thomas Sowell

Living Below Your Means Quotes By Romany Malco

For my lifestyle, I believe in living 10 times below my means. As a result of that, I have the luxury of working only when I'm inspired. — Romany Malco

Living Below Your Means Quotes By Henry Taylor

The art of living easily as to money is to pitch your scale of living one degree below your means. — Henry Taylor

Living Below Your Means Quotes By Benjamin E. Mays

The tragedy of life is not found in failure but complacency. Not in you doing too much, but doing too little. Not in you living above your means, but below your capacity. It's not failure but aiming too low, that is life's greatest tragedy. — Benjamin E. Mays

Living Below Your Means Quotes By Vaclav Havel

Think of this: Hundreds of people today are doing things that not a single one of the them would have dared to do at the beginning of the Seventies. We are now living in a truly new and different situation. This is not because the government has become more tolerant; it simply had to get used to the new situation. It has had to yield to continuing pressure from below, which means pressure from all those apparently suicidal or exhibitionistic civic acts. — Vaclav Havel