Would you rather have true love or $5 million dollars?
What will it be? Love or money?
I want to have it all. The five millions for my wedding party and honey moon , and the rest of the money to keep living a confortable life. I will keep buying the lottery. Some day, I will win the lucky number. That it will be a dream come true.
Hi kerbev, its about relationship, for it to sustain there should not be any compromise, your query is about the same.
If relationships are weighed against money than nothing beneficial can happen. What erronates said is true when you look at the matter as such. But when you go deep it reflects the heinous aspect of materialism that make you realise that you have lost a sustainable thing to get a thing which is bound to vanish. Therefore the right attitude should be - earn money to earn love, but not - earn money to loss love. Loosing love makes a person bankrupt.
I am going to go with the 5 million, haven't had much luck in the Love Department..lol
SMART, INTELLIGENT woman. Love DOESN'T put food on the table, a roof over one's head, nor pays for health insurance. MONEY does all these things and MORE.
I was always told when Bills come in, Love goes out the window...
Not to mention being financially independent, opens a lot of doors.
If I were still single I would have said the money, for sure. I was never really concerned about finding 'true love' as I am very much happy in my own company and in many ways I still have a hard time sharing my life with someone else - there are many things I'd rather just do on my own.
But, now that I do share my life with someone (as best as I can), I would miss this life terribly if it were gone, and I wouldn't trade it for $5 million dollars. Unless I asked my husband this question and he said the money... in which case I would race him for it.
Gonna have to go with the money on this one...
You are more likely to have the money and be able to find true love, then to find true love and suddenly win 5 million bucks.
Thats my $$$ logic.
I rather have true love, because when two people are in-love they will try to impress each other and go out to make the money. The Bible says love is the most important gift of all. Love conquers all, I agree.
I could do a lot of good with 5 million dollars, so I'd have to go with the money.
True love for me. You can have the 5 million; I consider true love to be priceless. It is a significant gift for the two involved and sets the board properly so their offspring's lives have a greater probability of finding the same because those values trickle down "the river of souls." The 5 million would indeed be a wonderful and significant infusion of resource yet it is not necessarily as renewable and is not as significant in the "big picture."
True love of course. Money is not everything. It is the root of all evil. Love is free. It is true. It is pure. It can't be bought. It is personal.
I want to say true love (but what does that really mean?). By the way I do understand the phrase but still ambigous thing.
Imma say money but for at least 10 million ...... perhaps in 5-10 years I will choose love.
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