If Money is not everything and health is more important, then why does your health deteriorate
for not being able to feed yourself ,because you have no money?
The saying is 'money is not everything', meaning there are other important things in life that need to be pursued other than money in and of itself. The saying isn't 'having money is not necessary'. But some people do manage to get by on very little and some even on no money. Buddhist monks for example do not make any money and survive only on the generosity of others. Many of them seem to be more than healthy physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
It is quite simply because you or I have failed to provide for ourselves.
Drought, fire, flooding..........whatever the case may be..........you or I have failed to plan and insure.
Money is only a medium of trade.......no thing more and no thing less.
At some point, catasprohe strikes us ALL.
both are important things, but health is more important because if we have good health than we can make money and become rich)
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