Question 1137

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19 Responses to “Question 1137”

  1. Chuck Rawlings:

    Living as if you’ll never reach the end of it, and then doing just that.

  2. People who have just the right amount of money of money are not burdened by too many possessions, their possessions serve them. They do not spend time and energy that would be best spent creating their life’s work to acquire or take care of material things. Having too much money can take you off your path if you must spend a lot of time taking care of it. Not having enough money can take you off your path if it requires a lot of your time and energy just to survive.

  3. Stephanie:

    You worry about not having enough.

  4. Mazl:

    the thought of losing it

  5. Susan:

    It’s difficult to place a VALUE on something that you have in ABUNDANCE. You lose the APPRECIATION of money’s worth when you have it — or anything for that matter — in EXCESS. You lose the concept of monetary exchange and how money truly works in the world by instilling a sense of importance and value upon this medium of exchange.

  6. EilĂ­s:


  7. Talia:

    Money is a second reinforcer. ie. society has made us care about money because they have linked the things we like (eating, drinking) with money. However, money has caused people to fight for the wrong things, be the wrong people. Money tears families apart in more than one way. It makes people forget what really matters. We should worry about primary reinforcers and our family. Not money and living in our own made prison.

  8. Chiara:

    The fear of losing it

  9. Jim:

    Not having enough paid in taxes

  10. If people know, not knowing who truly loves you for you

  11. becca:

    Since you can always have what you want, there’s nothing to look forward to.

  12. P.J.:

    It’s surprisingly hard to give away.

  13. JRB:

    I wouldn’t know.

  14. chichay:

    not knowing what people truly wants from you, your company or your money

  15. nait:

    money holds no value if you don’t have the love and respect of the ones who you care about

  16. Rob:

    Honestly they say that you can’t buy happiness, but at the same time I don’t see any rich people complaining, or poor saying they’d rather stay poor.
    I don’t think that there is such a thing as too much money.
    There’s such a thing as being too greedy, but if I had “too much money” I’d love to get my parents out of debt, pay for my sister’s education as well as mine, pay to get people off the streets, and do so much more that I can’t do now

  17. bregk:


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