Unfortunately, money controls everything. So as a result it has become very important in people's lives. If someone is particularly religious, I suspect they wouldn't be too concerned with money, and wouldn't allow it to be such an important thing in their lives.
Money is not even the second "god" it is the first and most worshipped one! It is what most people believe to be the up most.
Although necessary for life, I believe the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil. If we allow it to become our Master, we will indeed become its slave!
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