"I'll grant you guys a wish each now, before I go," he said to show them his gratitude, "So long as it is reasonable, you can have anything you want. So tell me, what would you like?"
"I've never heard a Jinn put a reasonability condition on wishes before granting them!" the contractor laughed.
“Have a budget. It helps you determine and set your limits. Stay within your limits. तेते पाँव पसारिये जेती लंबी सौर (tete paon pasaariye jeti lambi saur - meaning stretch your feet only so far as your quilt goes).”
“Isn’t it better to stretch the chadar (expand the capacity, income etc.),” asked Isha, “than to restrict our paanv (our dreams, plans, or expenses)?”
“Going without is not failure… it merely opens up a void for the things that you really want.”
“Life is about choices and you just can’t have it all because you will always be tempted by beautiful, useful things.”
"To become rich," Rosh said, "you have to become different first. Do things differently, see things differently. From the majority."
"It takes vision to see what others can't see yet. And faith in your vision to convert it into a reality. And resources to make it happen. And courage to actually do it."