SENANCOUR, Etienne Pivert de Quotes
(1770-1846), French author
When money represents so many things, not to love it would be to love nearly nothing. To forget true needs can be only a weak moderation; but to know the value of money and to sacrifice it always, maybe to duty, maybe even to delicacy,—that is real virtue.
Union does everything when it is perfect.—It satisfies desires, simplifies needs, foresees the wishes, and becomes a constant fortune.