The Gospel states: “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God” (Luke 18:25).
What does it mean this passage of the Gospel? I have my own idea, but today I want to tell the opinion of a friend of mine who is an Indian homeless man. He was a teacher, and then he chose to become a homeless man. He said to me he did so because wanted to search for God.
According to him money is blessing of God. Being a rich man is not a curse. Money has spiritual value indeed. Therefore rich people have to fight their greed and miserliness. To enter the kingdom of God they must use money for the benefit of all human beings not just for themselves. It is really difficult to give spiritual value to money, for that few rich men can see God.
Ettore Grillo author of The Vibrations of Words



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