Money is a Tool
Money is not a God, but a lot of people have made it so. When they make a little they keep it at the most sacred spots of their wardrobes, as if it demands to be worshiped. Money is a tool, those who created it made it a medium of exchange and once it is not fulfilling its purpose, it looses its value! Use money, it is a tool. If you keep cutlasses and hoes without using them, they rust and loose value. If you use them, they rust and loose value too but you would have made enough of it to get another tool and hopefully you have 2 or three tools before the first refuses to serve you again.
Difficulty to let go is a bad sign
If you find it hard to part ways with money, something is not right. You have let the love of money overthrow you. Your heart has been captivated and you do not want to let go. You have been emotionally attached and you need freedom urgently. If you find it hard to part ways with money, you do not need more of it, you have had just as much as you can handle. Money is created as a means of exchange it is meant to move, those who pile it up always get into trouble. They could be robed or it could be destroyed. Moving money is the safest money!
No risk the worst risk
If you read my post on why the Bank is a bad idea, right now you would realize that no risk is the greatest risk. If you bury your money, you loose 17% of it. If you keep it in the bank, you loose 12% only. If you put it to good use, you never can tell what may happen. You may gain 12% or 17% or 30% or 60% or even 100%. You do not have a choice, you either make money or loose it. If you do nothing, you’re loosing 17%. Just remember that.