Without a doubt my answer would be "Yes". Hopefully those who would say material wealth would choose to do philanthropic things with that wealth. At least in this way they will come closer to boosting their spirituality perhaps.
I say yes, because even when you have no material wealth you will still have yourself to fall back on. Whether it truly "matters" or not depends on what you hope to achieve and affect in this life.
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