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Best Answer Annsalo says
Me too. EVERYTHING & EVERYONE benefits from money & LOTS of it!
The actual verse says "the love of money is the root of all evil". People misquote this, and it changes the meaning.
No matter how it is said I think it is idiotic. Loving money is a good thing! Money makes life better. Education better, homes better, foods better, life in general is simpler with money. Loving money, means you love andwant the best for those u love
The Bible verse says the love of money is evil, not the money itself - but people saying money is evil readily say "give it to me instead".
Annsalo, you sound like Gordon Gekko: "Greed is good." Loving money purely to amass wealth is not the same as acknowledging that money allows us to better ourselves and do good.
I think there is a HUGE difference in loving money and being greedy. I've always been a believer in charity and helping others, however I believe it should be done on our own free will, not through force. I LOVE what money can and does do.
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Lisa Vollrath says
There many poverty mentalists out there, Mr. Dashing. We simply either have to covert or ignore them.
I've proven repeatedly it can and does buy happiness! Does that imply someone can't be happy while poor? Not at all, but I've seen how much extra happiness money can bring.
That means more trips to the zoo, more trips to the beach, more trips to the children's museum, better instruments for school band, yearly soccer and football for my kids, weekly fishing trips, more water balloon fights, and so on.
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