I found these laying around in a file on my PC.
Where is happiness found? John Rockefeller, a Christian millionaire said, “I have made many millions, but they brought me no happiness. I would barter them all for the days I sat on an office stool in Cleveland and counted myself rich on three dollars a week.”
W.H. Vanderbilt said, “The care of 200 million dollars is too great a load for any brain or back to bear. It is enough to kill anyone. There is no pleasure in it.”
John Jacob Astor left five million, but had been a martyr to dyspepsia and melancholy. He said, “I am the most miserable man on earth.”
Henry Ford, the automobile king, said, “Work is the only pleasure. It is only work that keeps me alive and makes life worth living. I was happier when doing a mechanic’s job.”
Andrew Carnegie, the multi-millionaire, said, “Millionaires seldom smile.”
A. Naismith as quoted by Paul Lee Tan #3546
Regarding the title of this post, “<>” means “does not equal.”