How to get what you want without showing your desire for it


"I wouldn't pick unlimited knowledge, although I'm sure many would because:


"For in much wisdom is much grief, And he who increases knowledge increases sorrow."

Ecc. 1:18


I wouldn't pick unlimited time because as a Christian, my eternity is with Christ. And even if someone could live forever in this life, in the state the world is in, it would likely drive them mad.


And I usually wouldn't pick unlimited money, but if I have unlimited money, I can give it to others anonymously, to help thousands and hopefully end world hunger and end homelessness. So I guess I'd likely choose unlimited money to help those in need and improve our society with good programs for the youth, elderly, and all those in between.


Although sharing the Gospel and people surrendering to Christ would be the best option and my first choice."

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