neither love nor money its friendship if you have a good friendship love will come and money well if 2 people live together is because they want to make a better living together...hmm but i think i would be out of my league with this group...
I do agree with you that "unto whom much is given, much is expected" and there are a lot of children in the world needing to benefit from money. But from my experiences in volunteer work, love and attention are worth more to them than any amount of money. I am glad that you are so giving though and pray continued blessings upon you.
In answer to this topic, I would go for Love, but experience has shown me that a marriage with money problems is more likely to be doomed, so while money is not the attraction it is important to at least have enough to pay your bills and have a little bit left over for "fun things".
Otherwise, it would take a whole lot of love to survive that tide. What do you think?
Money is the universal translator of experiences... some people are searching for the millionaire out there... I prefer to have million dollar experience... and coming back to the question ... I love to make the money, and carefully and fruitfully that which bring me joy, I will get it whatever it takes to have it...
Also, feeling good about allowing money to come into my life , will bring joy to all who are around me, and benefit from it... so by giving, I find happiness specially to the children of the world...
this is a subject that I love to talk and share with my friends.. how about you ?
Everyone says "love", but that's not what I've experienced in real life from men. My last boyfriend went off to the other side of the States for a job. Before this, my ex husband took my entire pay check when we were married and handed me back a twenty for the week. I think that even though he loved me, he was not a good sharer. There are not many black and whites in the real world, but many shades of gray. To me love is more important, but to men, they may say it is, but actions speak louder than words.
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.
Even if it was not my true love in the other room. Could even be someone I did not like at all. I would always save the person. I think my insurance would cover the loss of the money anyway. lol
People can be very poor and be happy and in love. The same can be said about very rich and happy in love. But no matter how important love is, there has to be more. I just added a quote to my profile that I thought was great by Lily Tomlin. "If love is the answer, can I rephrase the question?" But to answer the question. I have been poor and in love and rich and in love. It didn't work out in both cases. So, I'll take the money. lol
Love is most important. The most unhappy and paranoid people I know are the ones that are considered rich and wealthy. Some of the happiest people I've met are the ones who do not have much money at all.