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Mar 08, 2006


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The phrase comes from my wife, a child of divorce. One of the things that she says first impressed her about me was that I had a savings account. In her family, they just stopped saving when they were going to split up.

Michael Kruse

This seems to me to tie in with the "future orientation" that is so essential to economic growth. With no vision of the future or total distraction by the present, there is no reason to save and build wealth.

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