I really don't see the need for anyone to have a hotel room that costs $10K while there are people who don't even have a blanket.
A $1K hotel room surely provides an effective environment for sitting and thinking abundantly.
Perhaps that explains the well off people who watch their small amounts of money? Although they have a relatively large amount of money, they haven't lost sight of the absolute value of their money.
If the $10K room makes a tiny difference to the occupant, why not take the $1K room for a hardly noticeable difference, and use the remaining $9K to make a massive difference to those people on the planet for whom nickels are big money?
Following Steve's logic, this would increase the "debt" owed to the occupant of the hotel room and thereby bring him further riches!
Last edited by Tim Graham; 07-27-2007 at 01:16 AM.