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Money makes world go round this popular thesis indeed made millions of peoples minds go round thinking about power of money This thesis fits for all the material things that can be touched but it does not fit for spiritual things friendship love and feelings As I have noticed there are two different groups of people who have extremely different attitudes towards money The first one group is the materialists They think that money can buy everything and there is no more important thing in the world than money They indeed live for money On the contrast the second group have much more important spiritual values than material They keep money powerful and important but the most important in their lives For the first group I have mentioned money is the most important factor that guaranties joyful life There can be no joy if you are money less Materialists measure everything through the money in case to have good job apartment or car they can even sell feelings Whereas for the second group money does not take the first place in the values scale they can feel happy having family good friendship or loving somebody and without money or material things Materialist usually looks from his point of money-view even to love He tends to think that love and feelings as other things can be bought by money expensive jewelry and entertainments Usually he cannot find true love because of his point of view People tend to use his money and be lovers just for money not for feelings On the contrary the spiritual wealth valuating man is able to find true lover because he does not accent material things to buy ones love he does something from the heart and romantic to say how strongly he cherish someone People always have friends just as they are The first type people
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