LOVE or MONEY?
May 10, 2009 10:01am CST
What will you choose? Love or Money? For me... well.. practically I will choose money. LoL.. not being greedy or what, but you have to be practical. I mean can love give you food everyday? Build you a house? Pay monthly bills? I don't think so. But n the other hand life without love is boring. Yes you can buy everything you want with the use of money. But you can't buy love! O_o aww.. what about you guys?
12 May 09
Hmmm... we must keep in mind also that we have to be practical but come to think of it, aren't we being materialistic about being too practical? Isn't love the most important thing in the world, I mean I know we cant live if we dont have any money but we also cant live a life of happiness without love. In my case, I have been blessed with material things, I am living in a good house though but sometimes, it gets pretty lonely and depressing, which is why I would choose love over money, there are a lot of relatives I have who live in poverty but their family is very strong and happy since they have each other....not unlike the experiences I had, trust me, if you can't handle it, you could go crazy.
10 May 09
Love all the way. Because i can't be with someone just because he is rich. I want to be with the person who loves me, cares for me and respects me. I can manage with a little money but not with no love and respect at all. But again it's just my point of view and a lot of girls doesn't seem to think like that these days ;)
• United States
10 May 09
Definitely love - but only if it's true love and mutual love on both sides. Love can bring you happiness, while money cannot. After you get over the binge of buying all of the expensive things you ever wanted, and find that you have no one to share it with, life would be pretty miserable. That's what I've heard single millionaires say anyway. I think it's true. When I was first married, we had nothing, and sometimes not even enough money to buy groceries. But we were happy, and had each other, and that's all that mattered to us. We worked our butts off, and was able to come home to each other at the end of a long day. In a way, life was pretty simple with only love and no money.