Would you rather have love without money... or millions without love?
Love, hands down! "The best things in life are free" and all that.... Although, it would be nice to have love, and your loved one has all the millions?
For myself I would rather have love without money. The love I feel from my family is priceless.
When I met my husband he had no electricity and was about to lose his water services. I took love. Though I am thankful that we now have at least more money than we did then.
Love any day works for me without money. Since I've never had millions, I can't miss it or say that it's better than love.
several millions doesn't buy much these days, I'd take 50 million though
Honestly, I"d take millions without love. Why? Well, I know it sounds materialistic, but when you think about it.....
You can have love, but no money, and truly be happy, but there is always the factor of money holding you back.
Love in a garret is fine by me, but I would prefer not to have to choose! Love and comfort both give you security, if that's what you need. And generosity with what you have, i.e. sharing, brings its own rewards.
Love would be my answer. You can have millions of dollars and still be very lonely. We can always make money, but that special kind of love that comes around once in a lifetime is priceless.
i go for love.. the feeling of happiness with your love one is priceless.
Even if you have millions, money runs out and if you don't have love you still
find yourself in the situation of being poor or with little money.
Having love and support is much more important than having money. Although the thought of having less money is stressful, this is sometimes something that is beyond our control and we must learn to let go of things that we can not control.
Can I have somewhere in the middle please so that i have love and money. Love is great but it does not pay the bills. And money is great but it does not make up for love. So I'd prefer to be somewhere in the middle and a some love and some money.
Both are important, but the question is whether you can be happier with which. Love makes you happy, but money makes you comfortable in life, most people would like both but to choose is one person's opinion, mine would definitely be money.For years I thought it was what you called true love but now I realize that without money you can not do anything in life.
Here in Morocco,it s easy to fall in love but its hard to earn money.If you are asked to choose between:marry a person you love or a job opportunity abroad? What will you choose? Some guys will choose to marry foreigner especially in the U.S. not because of love but because of green card lol
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
Why won't some people realize that money is THE MOST IMPORTANT thing in our societyand culture? What is their bases of their animus against money?
by seriousnuts17 months ago
Marry the one you love or the one who loves you?Would you rather marry the person you love but does not love you as much OR marry someone you don't love but is head over heels on you?
by BerKing2 years ago
Do You Think Money Is 'Everything' In Life?For example, can it buy 'love', 'friends', 'a home'. Are you money motivated or just let life flow?
by davidwillium7 years ago
Both. for one, you can't live off love alone. Secondly, why not both? Seriously, is it too much to ask for both?
by collegedad4 years ago
Would you live without money if given the opportunity?I have been researching frugal living and am finding more people who live on a meager existence than I expected. I am frugal, but I don't know if I'd want to go...
by nextstopjupiter7 years ago
Today it is 36 days that I live without money. It is a wonderful feeling to be free and not to depend on the activities of criminals - the banks and the financial system who steal other people's money - and their slaves...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.