Given today is a day off and a day I will be spending at Church and with my family, I figured I’d leave my readers with a few of my favourite financial parables for Good Friday. I should be back on Monday (or maybe Tuesday, we’ll see).
You’ll find this list and a few others in my Faves menu up top of this.
In personal finances, sometimes a lot can be learned in parable format.
- Parable: Money and the McDonaldâ€™s Play Structure
How can my son getting stuck in a McDonald’s play structure have anything to do with money? Read and you will be amused to see where I went with this story.
- Best Financial Advice Ever Given
Outlines a parable my Dad told me when I borrowed a large amount of money from him. I have used this parable many times myself.
- Don’t Pass it to the Other Team
How does the Carleton basketball coach have anything to do with finances? Read and you’ll see a long stretch.
- The Dangers of Advice
How I inadvertently gave very bad financial advice to a dear friend.
- The Good Wine
Sometimes you shouldn’t keep things for too long, just like a special bottle of wine I once had.
- Fathers and Money
Not really a parable, but more of a tip of the hat from the man that I learned the most about life from, even though I am pretty sure he is unaware of just how much I did learn from him.
Enjoy your Family and enjoy the new beginning of this Easter.
Enjoy the Festival of Easter!
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- Good Friday: Some Random Thoughts more messages for Good Friday.
- Good Friday is another view on Good Friday
- Good Friday, COVID continues, XRP, Tax Time and #MoneyTalk was a Good Friday during COVID.
- Good Friday Edition: Best of Top 5 Investing Regrets was back when I got lazy and reposted the same content.
- Good Friday is a view from 2012 of the start of the Easter festival.
- Ladies on Panels, Good Friday, Friendly Skies, Loose Money and #MoneyTalk was one of my conglomeration posts and a mention of Good Friday.
- Another Good Friday post from 2014
- It is finished is the sentiments for Good Friday, with the hope of new beginnings.