how money can change you?

@edzroi (31)
Philippines
September 24, 2009 9:49pm CST
money is the root of all evil.... but sometimes money can make you happy.... if you this,you can do anything.... how money can change your life?
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@hanah87 (1846)
• Malaysia
25 Sep 09
If i have many money, i will be the most happy people in the world. I will become a person who like to shopping, help my parent and other people, and visit other country. Money will make me happy and become very good person because it boost my spirit.I love money!
@edzroi (31)
• Philippines
25 Sep 09
but be careful for spinding your money... spend it wisely or use it very carefully:)...if you have the in your hand right now,what is the first thing you going to do with your money?
• United States
25 Sep 09
The quote is "For the love of money is the root of all evil." 1 Timothy 6:6 - 6:10 and Paul wasn't the first to write this. It was originally penned by the Greek Philosopher, Bion. He said, "The Love of Money is the Metropolis of all evil." Note that Money, in and of itself, is not evil. It is the Love of it. When money becomes your god that it becomes evil. Money is a tool. It is a means of barter, nothing more. A Knife is a tool. It can be used for lots of things: Cutting meat to feed your family, cutting open packages, cutting loose a trapped animal. It can also be used to kill someone or to damage someone elses possessions. Does that make the knife evil? It is the intent of use.
• China
25 Sep 09
Well,I don't think money isevil,just people's spirit is attracted bymoney.Money is money,no good or not good.If I have enough money,I will not continue my 8-5 life,I will go campling,do whatever Iwant,just as everybody wants to.
@Hatley (132255)
• Garden Grove, California
25 Sep 09
edzroi I think its the love of money is the root of all'evil, money itself is not evil if you use it wisely and make it 'legally an above board. we need some money to live and to'pay rent,buy food, and clothes. we just dont need a ton of money just enough for our needs and to help others less fortunate.