Money Is The Root of All Evil; Defined and With Song: The Horrors of Associating With The Very Rich; Multibillionaires Prove to Be a Pain

For various reasons, soon to be revealed, this blog is going to be about money, great gobs of money. The phrase money is the root of all evil came to mind so, of course, I had to Google it. Again, I learned something. A popular current text, the King James Version shows 1 Timothy 6:10 to be: “For the love of money is the root of all of evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows” “All wrongdoing can be traced to an excessive attachment to material wealth. This saying comes from the writings of the Apostle Paul. It is sometimes shortened to “Money is the root of all evil.”Then greed comes into play: Radix malorum est cupiditas is a Biblical quotation in Latin that means “greed is the root of evil” (or, in sentence order, the root of evil is greed). … The Latin phrase is itself a translation from Greek, where the original word philarguria can only mean love of money. Money itself is neither good or evil “but As far as I can see, money isn’t good or evil, it is simply an amplifier. A single poor person cannot cause much harm, even with terrible intent. But a corporation, loaded with cash, can sicken and kill thousands of people, or even millions through negligence or the pursuit of profit” Interestingly enough there is a song by the Andrew Sisters and here are the lyrics,
Money is the root of all evil
Money is the root of all evil
Won’t contaminate myself with it
Take it away, take it away, take it away
If a woman calls a man honey
And it’s on account of his money
Honey & money will soon be gone
Take it away, take it away, take it away
I got the one I love
I got the moon & stars above
I got my youth & health
What do I want with wealth?
Money is the root of all evil
Money is the root of all evil
Won’t contaminate myself with it
Take it away, take it away, take it away
La la la
Haven’t got a cent but don’t worry
Haven’t got a job but no hurry
I would answer if they gave me gold
Take it away, take it away, take it away
Got a loaf of bread and wine baby
And the right to call you mine baby
All your money i dont care of it

For some unknown reason I have been associated with multibillionaires – two men and a family whose father is a multibillionaire and they have money on their own right. Each one has successively had more money than the last. A very wise woman at the YMCA (in the days when it was open) said that the reason why rich men were attracted to me was because I do not want anything. They are surrounded by greedy people and I am like a breath of fresh air. I do think this is correct. I have been offered money but this is what I said:
Me: I do not want your money. To be perfectly clear, I have not had sexual relationships with any of them men (and of course not with the children). It is extremely difficult to maintain a relationship with people of wealth. In the first instance people were jealous of my relationship with Joo Kim Tiah and told them lies about me. He believed the lies – not once, not twice but thrice and that led to our break up. It is not a problem – he recently married someone who his parents approved of and would have lived happily ever after but the coronavirus will certainly impact their fortune – they are heavily invested in hotels. The relationship with the second man slowly eroded due to inattention on his part and cowardice. Rather sad story that but it was best. His riches will be deeply impacted by coronavirus as his investments are not diversified and rely on an airlines and tourism. The fortunes of the third family will not be impacted as their investments are diversified and their airline thrived despite a wrongful blockage imposed by the UAE, Saudi Arabia and others. The relationship with the children is somewhat strained and rather sporadic. Great distances separate us and now is not a great time to travel. . Sporadic’s synonyms are infrequent, irregular, periodic, scattered, patchy, isolated, odd; intermittent, spasmodic, fitful, desultory, erratic, unpredictable; nonconsecutive. ANTONYMS frequent, steady, continuous. The spasmodic and erratic nature of contact may because they are traveling.
Money is also on my mind today as this is the first anniversary of the day an attempt was made on my life. It happened on August 18, 2019. Today I am focusing not upon the attack itself but on the fact that I was rescued by a team of paramedics, taken to the hospital but released in about an hour. Fortunately the attack did not derail the right knee replacement surgery scheduled on August 28, 2019. My Primary Care Physician examined me and said the bruising would not interfere with the surgery and it took place as scheduled. I came home from the surgery accompanied by a care giver who took fantastic care of me for weeks. I was babied and that allowed me to recover from the surgery and from the trauma. To celebrate my swift recovery I went to London in November and from the hotel, where I felt safe I wrote of the events of that night. Wise Man approved. I texted him asking for his ‘permission’. He said that is how one overcomes trauma by making it into a story. He said I was a great story teller. The blog from London was posted and is in this vast collection. No idea what you could or should type into the search engine. to find. The reason that this relates to money is that the attempt on my life was made in multibillionaire fashion – I had researched the topic from the Vancouver Public Library. The strange things you do when you are ‘involved’ with a multibillionaire. I do know who instigated the crime as I knew only one multibillionaire at that time. It was not until London that I met the second – at my rather humble hotel in the lobby.

Yesterday was not a good day said I on the blog of yesterday and I received a marvelous reply from my computer guru.
He: I’m so sorry to hear you’re still struggling with all this unending bullshit alexis, please stay strong mate, we know how very strong you are x Love, Chris and Clare
Me: Thank you!!! You give me such strength. Cannot wait to see you soon.

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