Three Things Worked Really Hard For But Not Enjoyed Properly Due To Time

Krishna's Mercy

[Krishna's lotus feet]“In this material world there is a great illusion which covers real intelligence. A man in the mode of passion wants to work very hard to derive some benefit, but he does not know that time will never allow him to enjoy anything permanently. Compared with the work one expends, the gain is not so profitable. Even if it is profitable, it is not without its distresses.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 4.25.4 Purport)

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1. Houses

They say you should put down at least twenty percent. Otherwise, there is the penalty known as PMI. This is the bank’s way of hedging their bet. If they lend money to someone who has too much debt to steadily pay it off over time, then they want some way to recoup the losses. If you have at least twenty percent of the purchase price in a down…

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