Using fair or unfair means, they
keep on accumulating money thinking that all that
money can buy will bring them happiness.
NO, because you see very rich persons suffering
from anxiety, stress, tension and depression.
In the pursuit of money, they forgot that
material things are not happiness.
In the end, it is experience that means
Think of the time you spend with family and
friends that means sharing, hugging, laughter and
"I don’t care too much for money, money can’t buy
Another old song - ‘Love makes the world go
round and round’ – no longer rings true as money
has been substituted for love for most people.
Money-minded, money grabber … are all too common
expressions in today’s ‘money-mad’ world.
We keep on reminding ourselves that ‘Money
cannot buy happiness' but the worldlier minded
among us retort, ‘Maybe, but it can buy almost
all other things!’
The Christian Bible says:
"For the love of money is the root of all kinds
Some have been led astray from the faith in their
greed, and have pierced themselves through with many
Thus, religion has walked two different paths in
dealing with money:
first, to despise it and live as frugally as
second, to collect it as much as possible for
pleasure, ego and charity and build places of
worship, orphanages, schools, hospitals et al.