Money elicits myriad responses from people, depending upon individual viewpoint. Some people see it THE ULTIMATE, others see as the root of all evil. a few see it as a tool, more see it as energy, and there are those who really don't care about it. What is YOUR respective attitude towards money? Good? Blessing? Evil? Curse? Neutral? Here or there? Tell us your opinion about money.
Money is a tool, it helps me obtain the things I require, want and need. The more I have the more security it gives me, the less I have the harder I have to work. I don't crave it, I don't love it and it doesn't do anything except aid me through my life's path.
Money is what I use to feed my family, it's what I use to build my business, it's what I use to pay my employees, and it's what I use to provide my kids with a good lifestyle. Other than that, money is, to be perfectly honest, a huge pain in the @ss.
I think you need a certain amount of money to be happy and secure but beyond that, more money probably doesn't make much difference to happiness levels. Accumulating money for the sake of it, is not my ambition, [which is just as well because I seem to be hopeless at it.]
I collect tens because I have a crush on Hamilton. I want to marry him. Others think Grant is more handsome and collect fifties. They are smarter. The smartest are those who consider that Franklin is pretty good lookin' after all. (The 500 through 100,000 bills are only used between banks)