Post by Dragoneyes on Sept 4, 2004 13:49:17 GMT -5
The trouble with that is: you need money to get food. The thing about money is that you need it to get most other things. Living in poverty often means living in hardship and then it's hard to find cheer.
So yes, money may well be the most important thing, being that you need it to get most other things but it shouldn't be held as the most important thing in your life because that's just sad.
Post by Eowyn Skywalker on Sept 20, 2004 0:03:44 GMT -5
A person does not need money to survive. Without money though, in our world, we cannot buy things, therefore causing survival to become difficult, or, more, different. Money is merely paper-- you can survive without paper.
Indeed, it is important to have money to survive in most countries here... yes, without money, you couldn't buy food, clothes, and so much more else. I do not think the question should be is money the most important thing in your life? but Are you putting money in front of everything else in your life?. Look at it-- money is important to survive, but it is not the most important thing out there-- it all depends on whether you are putting it in front of the rest of your life or not.
Therefore, I must say false.
((people have told me more than once to become a lawyer... heh. Not likely...))