In my childhood, I learnt about a totally unexpected side of money. 

It was bittersweet. 

Even if it saved us, it taught me something I would never forget…

This happened at the peak of our family crisis.
We had received news we would be compensated for our destroyed family home, where my father grew up in.

Dad would never have the home he grew up in.
But he had miraculously saved his family now.

I think he cried that day.
I could not tell.
And I have never asked.

That day, I learnt that money by itself is emotionless.
But it makes you feel and do things that are almost always driven by emotions.

Money generates emotions.
Emotions that you may like or not.
But can’t ignore.