Bill Agee, from the Harvard Business School Class of ’63, gets money. Hell, he gets life:
It may seem too easy for someone who has achieved relative financial success and a significant degree of material comfort to say in retrospect that this no longer really matters. It does matter, in that this form of success provides for safety and security, comfort and freedom.
However, I believe that each person must define an optimal amount of financial success. This is the point at which money is no longer a great motivator.
Once our economic needs have been fulfilled, it is time to give back — to seek out those whose basic needs have not been met, whose human rights to shelter, food, and safety have not been satisfied.