It better to be right and poor than to be wrong and rich. Also, it’s better to be honest and poor than to be dishonest and rich. Better to have little, with godliness. This talks about contentment.
Many of the proverbs touch this admonition that men should be satisfied with `little,' and that they should restrain their greed for more. A truly righteous man may have but little of this world's goods. But. his small pittance is better than great revenues without right.