Money: noun or verb?

Is money a noun or a verb? The better, more fruitful way of thinking of it is as verb. It opens new avenues of thought. Money is a flow, a verb that you use to do things with, not something that you primarily store up. Its true value is in movement, not in standing in place. There is no value to a Dollar bill, there is no value to a hoard of gold, only what can be done with it, or what it does to us.

:- Doug.

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