Saturday, November 15, 2014
Swiss Banker Andreas Pletscher Quits Counting Money To Pedal Around New Zealand...
I caught up with him at the Department of Conservation's Uretiti campground recently.
Here was a man who knew the value of money but wasn't prepared to give his life for it.
Less is more he delighted in telling me.
The less I have to work to earn money to buy things I don't need, the more time I have to live a life I can imagine...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: andreas pletscher, cape reinga, less is more, new zealand, nz department of conservation, swiss banker, swiss number cruncher, the far north, the gnomes of zurich, the value of money, uretiti beach
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Some people out there get it, some don't.ReplyDelete
Money is only as valuable as people make it out to be. To others it is a necessary evil.ReplyDelete