There are all kinds of moneys. We have to distinguish between drug money, and political bribery money, and crime money. But the real money, the good money, is the shadow of love. The more loving we are the more we shall prosper—when we are enlightened we are not interested in being rich, we are interested in the affluence of divine grace. Affluence is in proportion to effluence: the more love is flowing out from our heart into the world, the more prosperity will flow into our life without ever getting stuck on it. The moment we are stuck on it the whole thing can dissipate itself. There has to be a harmonious flow of the good of God. Under those circumstances money is the shadow of love. So if we are interested in being affluent, we learn to let the love flow out of our hearts with no strings attached—non-conditional goodwill.