money is not a measure of human accomplishment

money is not a measure of human accomplishment
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  • Scrooge sees the ghost of Christmas past
  • Scrooge sees the ghost of Christmas present
  • Scrooge talks to the ghost of Christmas Future
  • When Scrooge sees the ghost of Christmas past he sees his past Christmas years but one year he sees how his wife Belle left him because all he cared about it money
  • Scrooge learns 
  • Scrooge and the ghost of Christmas present see the Cratchits who are poor and Tiny Tim is sick and yet they are still happy and merry on Christmas.
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  • When Scrooge sees what the Ghost of Christmas Future shows him about nobody caring that he died and saying he had all this money and did not use it for any good shows that if you have a lot of money like Scrooge that does not mean you will be happy, people will like you and you have accomplished anything, because in Scrooges situation he has accomplished very little besides his money.
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  • In the end of the story Scrooge leans that money does not matter and he donates to the poor, gives the Cratchits a giant turkey and increases Bobs salary and he goes to his nephews house for  Christmas dinner, showing that money is not the measure of human accomplishment.
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