Health or Wealth

India
May 24, 2009 9:17pm CST
Which do you think is important, good health or a lot of wealth, I feel good health is important having all the wealth without health one cannot enjoy the wealth health is the best so i think we must all live a healthy lifestyle happy living god bless
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• United States
25 May 09
I agee with the many of the above answers. Health is wealth! With the ay today's economy is around the world, many people have lost a lot of money...but if you have your health, you can still work and create wealth. Without your health, you'll end up spending whatever wealth you have at the doctor's office or hospital. Health comes first...wealth can follow later.
@mizcash (686)
• Canada
25 May 09
Health is the most important thing in the world not even all the wealth in the world could change my mind
@dfollin (11968)
• United States
25 May 09
That is so very true that if you don't have your health you cannot enjoy the wealth.But,the wealth is important too.Somehow you have to pay for the health insurance.
• Philippines
25 May 09
Remember this message all the time. Health is wealth. Meaning, having good health is a good blessing. Good health is the most richest thing among other things. So, we have to be take care of our health but there are times we can't avoid the unfortunate events like german measles, viruses, and other diseases. Like me, I am born normal but was suffered a little hearing impaired due to my mom's german measles when she was pregnant with me. But I am still a blessing that I can hear a little than nothing at all but I have to take care of my health otherwise even though I have some earnings but don't take care of myself, then the money I earn will be useless.. In conclusion, health is more important than the wealth.
@russso (1701)
• Philippines
25 May 09
Health. Last year, I was forced to go on a sabbatical leave. I got sick. I was diagnosed of cancer. I had to undergo surgery. I did went back to work a month after my surgery, but I ended up resigning four months after because I sorta got sick again. I was worrying about the money that I was earning, but a month before I resigned, I realized that it's not worth my time, my energy, and my life. I was getting sick because of work. I was surrounded by people who constantly complained and complained. I was working in a company that had a really bad culture. I no longer wanted to be part of this kind of lifestyle. Right now, I am working on making myself better. I'm trying to shape up so that when I get a new job, I'll have a really good outlook about life and I'll have positive vibes.
@blue65packer (11836)
• United States
25 May 09
For me it would be both! If I had wealth I wouldn't be worring about my finances! Then I could stop worring about retirment! With wealth I then would be able to get my health in order! At this time my health could be better but if I had the money it would be realy good!