What is the value of money?

@getjimmy (2243)
October 20, 2006 2:05am CST
What is the value of money? And by value I mean a type of price or cost, not the princple or standard!? What is the value of money? As in the price or cost of it? Can you actually by money with money? And by buy, do not burden yourself with the illusion of "exchanging", I mean actually buy money with money, for if it is possible to buy money with money then what is the vaule of money and if there is no value of money then the value (as princple or standard) is regulated by the possesion we think we need. So, is there a vaule of money or do the possessions we think we need at a certain time make the vaule of money to an individul fluctuate?
3 responses
@neon2000 (2758)
• Philippines
23 Nov 06
The value of money? When you have money, you can buy anything you want. You can go to the places you want to visit and tour. If you have money, you can send your children to school. Money is important in people's life.
• India
23 Nov 06
money doesnt hav any particular value in my opinion one can think abt it when he needs and one wont if he has plenty unless he is greedy money isnt sothin which is everything in life it is illusive and can change ur life but still it is like near everythnig but not everything
20 Oct 06
That's weird. I dunno, but on uk bank notes have you ever actually noticed that they say 'I promise to pay the bearer the sum of £10' or whatever value. Does this mean that the notes are not actually the money itself, but more of an 'iou' ?