I love money! Do you?
September 28, 2009 7:17am CST
I love money! is actually a book, and a very nice book so I am posting it under the tag of books. But apart from it generally as well how many of us don't mind saying openly that we love money! And we believe that money can buy happiness! Do people feel guilty accepting that they love money? Does it like make them a bad person in the eye of the society. What do you have to say? I personally love money and I don't mind accepting it openly and especially after reading that book! If you wanna know what the book is basically about you can comment here as well, I would be glad to tell you more. Its more about attracting money into your life but not in a dry sense, in a very lively joyful sense
29 Sep 09
Money is useful for all of us.But beyond a certain extent craving for money will make you awkward in front of others.But i'm more interested in knowing about the author of the book as i have read a lot on economy and stock market.You say it is lively so part with the authors name as we can all be activated for a while.
• United States
28 Sep 09
Everybody *doesn"t* love money, and personally, when I hear someone say that they do, I wonder what's missing in their life. Money is a tool. It's useful, it can be a pain when you don't have enough of it to live a decent life, but it's not something to love. As long as I have a roof over my head, enough money so that I can eat, pay my bills, buy a few books and movies, and have some to put away for emergencies, I'm perfectly happy. There are so many things in life far more important than running after money.
30 Sep 09
The only thing missing in my life right now is money :) Thats why I am after it, I have everything else but I want to earn my own money and I want to fulfil my big desires like going on a nice cruise and having a world trip and anything extra after that can go towards the betterment of my nation
29 Sep 09
Ofcourse I do love money and I know that it can buy me happiness. Ofcourse peace it cannot but happiness definitely and at the same time sorrow as well because if I get some money I will feel very happy and at the same time if I lose it I will feel very sorry for it. and about the book is it a fiction book with a story or some sort of dry academic lectures or points to remember style book?