is money real?

October 2, 2009 9:04am CST
one of the most accredited writers Robert Kawasaki most known for his book RICH DAD POOR DAD rekwones that money is not real and that ones we make ourself believe that it is,that is the moment we start working for it.this may sound insane but believe me that's a many of us ever try to play with our money around in speculative business ventures or invest it in new ideas for the fear of loosing it?i bet you would better take a loan form your bank to say acquire something rather than invest the money we have to create not excluded in this equation and for reason i ain't got lots of money sustain myself leave alone toy with.and with all knowledge in a rich man's and nothing withstanding,he will always get rich and we,well will remain in the "rat race" "system set, to see the poor fighting, while the rich de ma strategising, yet we are all one skin." Taurus Riley - reggae artist
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4 responses
• India
24 May 10
Hello i have not read this book, but i know money has great power, it can change personality of a person entirely, turn the world round and round, but too much of any thing is bad.. Thanks for sharing. Welcome always. Cheers. Prof
@setsuna26 (2410)
• Philippines
25 Mar 10
If u ask me i believe money is real its just a matter of how you use it and a matter of how you look at it. People who think that money is real like me, use money in a such a way that we make sure that nothin goes to waste. We tend to buy what we need and save some then buy something we want.We know the value of mone specially if you worked hard for it. Now for those people who think that money isnt real these are the ones who are born rich need not to think that hard how to get money maybe their parents give them much thats why they dont tend to take money seriously. But at the end of the day its still depends on whatever you think money is ;)
@elmiko (6640)
• United States
14 Mar 10
i've heard its a good book when talking about money. i think its being in denial when people don't think if money is real, but the reason for his point of view makes sense.
@Rtlsnk316 (1197)
• Mexico
2 Oct 09
I agree with that perspective. Depending on my necesity, I look the value of money in relation with what it can give me. And since I "think" I don't get enough, sometimes I see it hard to get and try to use it littel by little. But I have learned that money has to be in a cycle, it has to be used, that's what it was made for. You get rid of some in order to get some more. Obviously I just don't give or trow it away, I try to use it in a diligent way and wisely.