If you are like me and didn’t know what Mammon means, here is a definition, “Mammon /ˈmæmən/ in the New Testament of the Bible is commonly thought to mean money, material wealth, or any entity that promises wealth, and is associated with the greedy pursuit of gain.”
So, this person says that I am obsessed with wealth and that everything revolves around bitcoin to me.
This person clearly doesn’t know me at all. Everything doesn’t revolve around bitcoin to me. I do, however, think it may be the best chance to get rid of the parasites who have enslaved humanity and for that reason, ya, I talk about it quite a bit.
As for me being “obsessed with wealth”, you must not be following my personal Facebook page or my personal Youtube videos where I talk daily about how I am a minimalist and how I don’t desire material objects and how I have been considering becoming a monk and living in the woods in China where I can meditate all day.
Or how I told attendees at our last TDV Summit — to kick off the entire financial conference — how money doesn’t matter and will never make you happy and how true happiness comes from within and from your complete physical, mental and spiritual connection to God. Or, my recent video entitled, “Everything Worth Having In The World Is Free Including Food.”
Considering my main business is providing financial information and analysis to people via our newsletter, I’d say I am quite the rarity in that I often tell my clients how money won’t make them happy. In fact, a sizable part of The Dollar Vigilante is now called the Health Vigilante where I talk about things much more important than money like your own physical, mental and spiritual health.
That said, as I often say in the videos, money can be useful… and if you do what you truly love you will always be rich.