Out of debt, out of danger
This page is about the saying "Out of debt, out of danger"
When we no longer owe money to anyone, we are safe and secure. The implication is that it is dangerous to owe anyone.
debt (noun) = something (for example, money) that is owed or due | out of debt (adj.) = no longer owing money to someone else | danger (noun) = situation that could cause harm or injury; unsafe | out of danger (adj.) = no longer in danger; in a safe situation
According to the saying "Out of debt, out of danger", it's best to owe money to
Contributor: Josef Essberger