It’s not money that is the root of all evil. It’s greed. The problem wirth many chiropractors is discerning between want and need.

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  1. William 08/19/2017, 2:50 am:

    I have seen so many who have a sense of entitlement because they went to school, have debt, run a business, and feel they are owed a big income. Money is a commodity useful for living. But there are so many things more important and more rewarding. It is nice to trust my condition to a loving God who has never failed to provide for me. I wish everyone did because faith is what gets priorities straight. Some of my most rewarding professional experiences were on short term missions where I not only was not paid but paid to be there.

  2. Joe D. 08/20/2017, 1:03 am:

    It seems to me that the world is peopled by folks who give and those who take. They are to be found in all professions jobs or callings. Chiropractic is no exception. Some find the joys and rewards of giving while others approach their work with a “what’s in it for me” attitude. The former provides a contentment that the latter rarely finds.

    • Joe Strauss 08/20/2017, 3:24 pm:

      It’s Sunday so I guess AMEN is appropriate to say, translated from the Hebrew and transliterated into the Greek, means “I believe it”!

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