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Life and money which support it make the existence of people purposeful and intelligent money becomes the self-value nowadays But if we want to know the possibilities for spiritual growth or moral development in human beings we must answer the question what money means in our life It can be compared with a huge piston in the engine that pushes the world 1 am saying this because it is one of my beliefs that if not every decision at least a majority of them are made with the consequence of money in our mnd For example my friend and I were exchanging our opinions on a certain movie the other day She was telling me she didnt like the movie because she felt that it didnt serve a purpose My argument was that I did like the movie because it was entertaining I also said that it did serve a purpose because it made money The purpose of that movie was to entertain enough people to allow it to show a profit The only reason anyone made what the writer wrote into a movie because they felt this it would make money Of course there are always exceptions to a rule that s why 1 say If not every decision a majority of them Somewhere out there may be a songwriter who just writes songs because he enjoys it not because of money matters 1 dont think that having money as the motivation to most decisions is bad thats just the way it s There are a lot of good things that come from money-based decisions Its all about profitability Money in general has 3 main uses The first and most important is medium of exchange - that is something people will accept for their goods or services Without a medium of exchange people would have to trade their goods or services directly for other goods or services A modern country could never function
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