|10 O Money, come to me.
CHAPTER 211 O how beautiful is a generous spirit, such as only you can inspire, O Money!
2 Indeed I still cannot believe what has occurred, and I suspect that you have had a hand in this miracle, O Most Blessed Money.
3 This afternoon, I beheld a ayoung man make his fortune in wheat futures, and in his ecstasy he showered me with coins and paper.
4 Praise be to you, O Money, light of my life!
5 My gratitude knows no bounds, O Money, and I will never forget you when I too have made my fortune in wheat futures.
6 bYea, I gathered up the coins and bills, counting every one with trembling hands; and then I took a cplunge in your name, O Money, a plunge toward the heaven of your golden beneficence.
7 dWish me luck, O Money; for luck is your son, and the blessed fruit of your loins.
8 Please wish me luck, O Money. Please please please please please please please, O Money.
CHAPTER 221 eHallelujah, Hosanna, Hooray!
2 fI have taken the big plunge, and I have hit the jackpot!
||3 gHallelujah, Hosanna, Hooray!
4 I have made a killing in wheat futures, and I am set for life!
5 hHallelujah, Hosanna, Hooray!
6 Others might have wavered, but I stood firm and did not take my profits; instead, I plowed them back in, doubling, trebling, quadrupling my stake. And now I am as rich as a baron!
7 iHallelujah, Hosanna, Hooray!
CHAPTER 231 Money is my thing: It's all I wantj.
2 kIt makes the grass look greener; it stills the deepest waters.
3 lIt restores my self-esteem; it takes me wherever I want to go, for my own sake.
4 mAnd even if I have a life-threatening disease, I won't be afraid, because I'll have Money with me; and the doctor and his staff will do everything possible to comfort me.
5 nMoney keeps bread on the table, even though I have enemies; Money makes me look good too; my jar is just overflowing with Money.
6 oAnd surely now I've figured it all out: Money will follow me all the days of my life; and no matter what happens, I'll be in the Money forever.
CHAPTER 241 pO Money, thanks to you, I have acquired a fine town house, in the grandest and most beautiful part of the city.
2 qIt has more rooms than I can ever imagine using, its ceilings reach to heaven, and there is no place the eye can look that is not covered with gilt and marble and the most fabulous woods!