It sort of depends on your perspective. If you have little or no money the accumulation of money would, probably, be quite important. Conversely if you have lots of money then the efforts to accumulate money would be replaced by something else like.........status, influence or power.
A million dollars, to the average person, is an lot of money and for some of us more than we will make in a lifetime of working. To the super wealthy it could be one nights entertainment at the tables in Vegas.
Interesting question and I look forward to seeing the answers of others.
You need someone with more experience than I have!
Never, had that particular problem. Though, I do know a woman,
given to such much worry over the minor details, that I have promised her,
the position of worrying over my money, if I ever have enough to worry over!
I will tell a small example. When you go the shop to purchase a shoe, what you do is give the size to the salesman. Otherwise, he will measure it from the footstool with measurements. When we place our foot on the stool, it automatically shows our size. We select the size which is correct to our foot. If it is oversize, it will come out. If undersized, it will bite. Likewise, we should have just enough money to lead a life
There is no such thing as too much money. Rather, there is a lack of judgment (and character) in putting one's money to good use.
I think there is no limitations of our needs. And when our needs do not have any limitations then how can we say like that much amount of money is sufficient for us.
So in my opinion untill and unless we are not satisfied with what so ever we have till then we need money.
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