Money is not as important as many things, let alone love. I think that to choose money is to 'sell' yourself - and I am not for sale.
I'll take both please. Neither are worth much without the other. Love is more virtuous, but without money you have to have a whole lotta love to see you through.
I''ve had money without love, and love without money. If I had to choose just one, I'd take love.
I am a big proponent of Jackie Kennedy-Onassis' approach to marriage:
First time for love.
Second time for money.
Third time for companionship.
And actually Irohner ... that set-up matches perfectly with our maturing process: first time - we're floating on naivete and pie-in-the-sky ideals; second time - we're looking to our future;; third time - we've evolved to make a choice that we probably should have made the first time.
I choose love. Money will always be there in some form or another, because we are all slaves to it. But love is precious, and, having avoided it for so long out of fear, I know what the consequences can be for choosing anything else.
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