I agree with number 24.
However i've written a post on here about my current life challenges, within this post you'll see how this question has played with my mind,
(To be happy forum then the Goodbye old life style post)
All your support and friendships would be off help as this is so tough x
this is very simple to me: LOVE! as was stated earlier......money IS replaceable, and if you are good at what you do, it will BE replaced. ive had people that i THOUGHT loved me, only to walk out on me in the worst of moments and that made things hurt even worse!
one requirement for me for someone else: to love me no more than you would love and respect yourself. if you are low on both sides of that equation, most of us (especially me) dont have the time. love me as time will never end, and you will receive it back a million-fold. THAT is something that MONEY cannot buy. and never will.
This is a very interesting question. If it had been asked 5 years ago, I know the answer would come very easy.
Love before money!!!
However, if two people are in a relationship for years where their love is endless, BUT, politians put up a BIG wall, make it terribly hard and painful just to be together, AND, the ever lasting green dough (we know) would buy their support and their YES that you are okay after all to be in love, THEN I would choose money...and SMILE because I never lost my love and gave up. Love does not equal money, but money always buys...It's the American way...our money driven nation.
The question is which would you save if all your money were in one room and you knew that your true love were in another room. The building was going to explode in 30 seconds and you only had time to save one which would it be?
All the money you had saved over your lifetime or the person who will hold your heart forever, one had to go, which one?? I choose true love. Money burns like anything else. It can be replaced. Love can't be replaced as easily.
as love as money 're very importaint, i think. Theese things are coupled. It's hard to live with your darling if u 're pure...but if u got a lot of money and no love, there's hard life for a person 2. So..Wish your munion of fortune would be rich :)
One of my grandfathers was a sharecropper. My grandmother came from a very wealthy family. When they married it was for better or worse. Their home had a dirt floor and my mother and her sisters and brother usually had no shoes. They had no electricity, running water, car or any of the other "essentials" we have today. They did have love and they were very happy.
What's more important? Money isn't even in the picture.