This is a very good question. Money cannot replace the wonderful hugs and kisses that we get from our children. Money cannot replace a beautiful sunset that stays in our memory for so many years. Money is a great thing to have, but there are things that money cannot replace.
by snapcracklepop 24 months ago
Is there a benefit in continuous accumulation of material things and money?What is the upside/downfall of striving for material wealth and money? What do you think?
by repstrydiefly 8 years ago
Money is a very huge part of our society. I mean we need it to get anything including food and water to survive. We have to work to get this money because it doesn't come free, meaning we need to take time out of our lives to focus on profit. That makes our lives less fun or less time with our...
by Anthea Kwaw 3 years ago
Does the size of the stone on the ring really matter?We live in a world where materialism reigns supreme and where social status is measured by looks and material gain, so when choosing an engagement ring in our material world, does the size of the stone matter?
by Kathryn L Hill 5 years ago
If you were born 1946 through 1964, please tell of us about your experiences in the early 60's and 70's: Glorious, Horrendous or Hilarious!Also, I am interested in your political beliefs at the time and whether or not you have changed your political viewpoints.I have surmised that as people mature...
by Debra Allen 9 years ago
I brought up the verse that God's Kingdom was WITHIN you. Some person whom thinks they are a Bible Schalor told me that I didn't know what I was talking about and I didn't think I knew who Jesus was talking to. Yes I know who Jesus was talking to. He was telling the disciples...
by aka-dj 7 years ago
If an idol is defined as "any human construct, be it a physical object/image, an idea(l), or concept", what is yours.The Bible is very clear that we "shall have no other god(s), but God alone". Him only shall we worship.Now worship is defined as "bowing oneself, or...
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