Friday, July 29, 2011

I Am A Piece Of Paper

I am a piece of paper, and even more.

I am an idea.

I am a promise.

I help me and women see visions, dream dreams, and achieve economic immortality.

I help educate children.

I am also valuable property.

I help pay off mortgages so that a family can remain together in its own home.

I assure mothers and fathers the daring to live and the moral right to die.

I am the great emancipator from want.

I help protect the jobs of employees and conserve the employer's investment.

I am tangible evidence that a man is a good husband and father, and a woman a good wife and mother.

I am a declaration of financial independence, a charter of economic freedom.

I am the difference between an old man and an elderly gentleman; between an old woman and an elderly matron.

I can provide cash if illness, injury, old age, or death cuts off the breadwinner's income.

I am something parents can buy on the installment plan that children don't have to finish paying for.

I am protected by laws that prevent creditors from assessing the money I give your loved ones.

I help bring dignity, peace of mind and security to the latter years of life.

I supply investment capital that makes the smoke go up chimneys, the wheels turn, and the motors hum.
I guarantee there will always be Christmas or Chanukah, a happy fireside, and the laughter of children even though a parent is not there.

I am the guardian angel of the home.