Money makes love possible. Money can buy love but love cannot make money. LOL
No contest! It has to be love.
Only love can make you happy - money just gives you more to worry about.
Love is better because even if you are barely making by and you come home to a happy house with a lot of love you can still truly enjoy your life. Of course money is like the fudge toping... as long as you don't lose yourself inside it money can make what you already have better. If you don't have it though money is just empty goodness that really doesn't fulfill your life.
If you're a crass, callous materialist, go for the money. Then send some of it to me for having given you the right direction.
For me, it's LOVE. Loving myself, loving my husband and loving my children...There is nothing money could buy that would be greater than that. "The greatest gift of all is to love and be loved in return" quote from Moulin Rouge.
I would give every single piece of coin or money that I have..........( I am the money manager in my family)
to just feel my husband's embrace, at the end of a hard day.
relax, be, settle down, be content, rest.., trust, feel safe, be protected, be loved...........relax...............I am keeping guard over you....you are safe in my watch, in my arms.........I am here to protect you..........
it can not be paid for..............
Money is for the "toys".......
Without question or argument... love. Simply because we were created out of love and not out of money.
Love can go bad. Money never goes bad! Money does not have an interfering mother-in-law or fractious stepchild; money does not get Alzheimer's, nor does it come home drunk at three in the morning and lie about where it was. Love restricts you, while money lets you go anywhere and do anything. Love is okay if and when it works, and true love is hard work, but money is less complicated and best of all it will never let you down.
In my opinion Love makes life better. If you find true Love in your life you will get everything.
I've been wealthy and I've been dirt poor and I can tell you love is the one companion you can't live happily without.
It depends on what you don't have. if you have spent your life in making money then at the end of the day you realize that there was something else you could have earned and that is a companion or a lover. On the other hand if you have left everything for your love and fortunately have also got ur love, then you realise that there are certain requirements of your love which can be fulfield only by money. This is the point you realize the importance of money.
It is human nature to ask for more but all those people who have good (if not handsome) bankbalance and some passionat lover experience greater degree of satisfaction in their life.
of course love, I agree money is important in life, but it cannot take love's place. If you have true love, u can exist without money. But if u have a lot of money but not a person who loves you, your life is like hell.
Love makes life better than money ever can but if you look at most people they spend much more time pursuing money than they spend pursuing love.
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