How Much Do You Love Money

Nobody can say that he does not love money.

After all, most of us spend the bulk of our waking hours earning money. We also spend a lot of time thinking of how to make more money.

Sometimes, after we get home from a day of hard work, we are very tired, yet we still switch on the computer to find out how to earn even more.

The only question is how much do you love money. Some people love money more than their lives.

That is why they work so hard for money. You cannot even get them to spend a single cent

without hearing a lecture about the difficulty of earning money.

Some people love money for the sake of its power. They like to spend money as if they have endless cash to spend.

They like to buy things that make people feel envy.

They spend too much and too freely. They love money not for the sake of money itself, but for the pleasure that money gives.

What about you? How much do you love money?

Your family background and upbringing have to do with how you view money.

If you come from a poor family background, you definitely value money more.

If you have to work very long hours at minimum wage just to earn enough money to pay for the mortgage, you definitely love money more than your friends who are better off.

Even if you are religious, and you donate a portion of your income to the religion, or you give up a good job to take up missionary work, you cannot say that you do not love money.

While your love of


money is behind the love for God, your family, your brothers and sisters in the same religion, you do need money, and you do love money to a certain extent.

If the fire burns down the house, and you lost a few thousand dollars hard cash, you will feel very sorry and very painful.

Even if a dollar drops into the drain, you will go into the drain to pick it up. That shows that you love money to a certain extent.

Most of us do not love money to the extent of living for the sake of making money.

We love our family, our friends, and our health too much. 

However, our thoughts are never far from money. Whatever we do, whatever we read, we are constantly thinking of earning more, saving more, investing more and retiring early from employment.

We are hoping that we have enough to survive right up to ripe old age.

About me:

Scheng1 is a passionate blogger from Singapore. Rich in every sense reveals my deep desire in enjoying life, and be rich in every possible ways. Personal Finance is about money, from making money to investing money 



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Last updated on 01-06-2016 34 0

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