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The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money,

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The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it. (Charles Handy)

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Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.
Charles Handy Quotes: The sobering thought is that individuals and societies are not, in the end, remembered for how they made their money, but for how they spent it.