How much money do i want

Nigeria
September 20, 2008 7:02am CST
I often ask myself that question and would usually not arrive at an honest answer. But would i sound greedy to say that what readily comes to my mind is that all i want is a little more than i can ever get?
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@Margarit (3677)
• Philippines
20 Sep 08
Freind, the way I think about it is that we really don't know how much we want. it kind of depend how much you need to a certain things then you know how much you want. andthen, you want more again because we can't really have enough. That's what happen i guess?
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• Nigeria
20 Sep 08
You actually know the truth of the matter. Its never enough. Thank you my dear friend.
• Nigeria
20 Sep 08
You actually know the truth of the matter. Its never enough. Thank you my dear friend.
@greysfreak (1385)
• United States
20 Sep 08
I really don't think that it is greedy to wish for more money. Money is important for a lot of things in life. I mean, I wouldn't hurt someone for money or do anything bad. They say money doesn't buy happiness, but I see what not having enough money causes, stress, arguments, etc. I think everyone should strive for more, I think greed is really only when you will stop at nothing to get money. There is a fine line, and I think that line is when a person is willing to hurt someone or do something illegal, then that is greed. Otherwise, to aspire to a better life and more money is a good thing. But that's just my 2 cents. My point is, I don't think anyone should feel bad about wanting more, I believe everyone deserves at least a comfortable standard of living, plus maybe a little extra to do fun things, continue their education, have hobbies, etc..
• Nigeria
20 Sep 08
A million million million and another million thank you for your response. Your points were well put. Thanks
@Transformed (1262)
• United States
20 Sep 08
So you want to be wealthy? What's your limit? A million? A billion?
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• Nigeria
20 Sep 08
Come on T, i just told you my limit: a little more than i can ever get.
@joshua85 (71)
20 Sep 08
£250,000 ($500,000) would sort me out so I could go travelling for a year or two without any worries and still come back home with money in my pocket and no debt.
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