Hot, hotter, hottest. Fast, faster, fastest. In the English language, we distinguish between the adjective and the superlative, which is an adjective taken to its extreme. Yet when we think about wealth, that distinction somehow gets lost. If I am not as rich as Bill Gates, then I am not rich.
While the Torah does not guarantee that any individual will be wealthy, it does offer a tried and true formula for a person to enjoy riches in this world.
This Shmuz focuses on the concept of wealth, appreciation, and the concept of being rich.