He is uncomfortable talking about Mitt Romney, Mormonism, taxes, his good deeds, his wealth, why he doesn't drink.
Cultural expectations of wealth and happiness are also rising.
Sure, they correlate with wealth, he opines, but perhaps aptitude does, as well.
It seems to me futile to try to rank order the wealth of presidents and presidential wannabes over time.
Employment by the Romans enhanced the wealth and power of these Arab bands.
Labor is wealth, and if we lose a fourth of our time we are one-fourth poorer.
The father labors, wins, and saves that his son may have wealth and leisure.
I want not wealth; I want not power; heaven is beyond my hopes.
The Master said, Not to grumble at being poor is hard, not to be proud of wealth is easy.
The good priest was troubled in his mind at the sight of all this wealth of gems.