Money. Love doesn't pay the bills. I mean sure it might get you dinner once in a while, but if you are unable to reciprocate then it will likely disappear.
As Choloe mentioned: Love doesn't pay the bills!
You can't put a roof over your head, acquire food, clothing, or have access to the creature comforts of electricity, running water, furniture, or much fun without having some money.
Poverty sucks! No one loves being poor and going without.
There are far worse conditions than not being "in love".
Truth be told life rarely comes down to an either/or scenario.
Generally when someone makes it an "either or" it's because they're looking to find solace and contentment (with not having something) they want or wish they also had.
You can have both love and money or be beautiful and smart. You don't have to (choose) between the two!
The answer is quite obvious-MONEY. MONEY is the most important thing in life. Money means a better quality of life in terms of living conditions, eating nutritious, superior quality of food, having access to excellent medical care, receiving respectful & preferential treatment, attending excellent schools where one receives superior education, & it also means living a cultivated, civilized life instead of a primitive, animalistic one of constant struggle.
Love really isn't that important in life. Love doesn't put food on the table. Love doesn't provide shelter nor medical/health care. Love doesn't give access to safe neighborhoods or a high quality educational system. Let's be realistic & grown-up here, love is inconsequential in scope. Love is merely a fantasy in the puerile, adolescent mind. Mature minds realize that money rules the world & the more money one has, the more beautiful, easier, happier, & more comfortable life is.
Love is more necessary, because if you love someone else so much, it will make you want to take action and go earn money to support them. There are those that have the money and not real love around them, it's tough to really know who loves you for just being you.
"Love is more necessary, because if you love someone else so much, it will make you want to take action and go earn money to support them." If that were true there'd be no such thing as a poor family! There are lots of loving families on welfare
Really Brina? Anyone who believes this, I have a $1 Brooklyn mansion to sell. Interested? No one can be this.........
I don't care too much for money... cuz money can't buy me love
Can't buy me looooooooo-ooooooooove....
Now I don't need no diamond ring, to keep me satisfied
Tell me that you got the kind of things that money just can't buy..
No, I don't care too much for money...cuz money can't buy me love....CAN'T BUY ME LOVE......HUV.....CAN'T BUY ME LOVE.....HUV..
Rationally...plain, simple COMMON SENSE, should make it totally clear that unless one wishes to exist as they did in the Stone ages...in the wild as all living creatures do....we must have money (The MEANS) to live. Your question asks precisely what is "more necessary for life."
Love is wonderful and all humans need emotional attachment, the comfort of human touch and all that comes with sharing one's life with others.....but without money to survive & thrive, I'm afraid there'd be very few humans to love!!
The more money, the better quality of life, of course. I think this question can easily be a 2-part answer.....one for $$ and one for love. Both would be NICE, but if we have only one choice, the only choice is money. Can we get real here??
Romance is great....but we get hungry, don't ya think?
It has to be money because love doesn't pay the bills or put food on the table.
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