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The relationship that we have with money is an interesting one. Why is it interesting? Well, for one there’s indeed an emotional attachment to money. A universal feeling that the owner has when possessing the almighty green-backs. This feeling is powerful; but not quite as powerful as the feeling we get when coming into possession of dollars. That feeling of, “the world is my oyster” to the extent of the buying power that that cash amount has.
When somebody slips me a tip, my brain lights up as I quickly stash it away out of sight. Try to immediately remove the dollars from my sensory register. And when those dollars are gone? The brain slowly recovers from it’s heightened state; however, the mind seizes the new numbers, and quickly computes any of numerous calculations of money. The same goes for other forms of receiving cash: accepting a gift, when paychecks come, finding money on the ground.
Afterwards, some time later, there are several potential places for the money to go: into the gas tank, or take a walk to the restaurant, etc….. hey maybe into the bank! Read more