• I think that depends on whether you hoard it or share it.
  • No. What you do with it might be though.
  • not at all, id love that since ive been out of work
  • Some folks identify their worth with their finances. That can be a problem.
  • Obviously never.
  • I love that suffering
  • If you don't acquire the money too quickly people tend to simply upgrade their lifestyle. They move into a bigger house, drive nicer cars, go on more elaborate vacations, give more money to charity, go out to dinner more often, etc., etc. They basically increase what they spend on a regular basis to the point where they eventually feel broke again. People who get super rich overnight (i.e., win the Lottery) frequently have huge problems and end up bankrupt in a matter of a few years so it has the potential to be harmful.
    • Anonymous
      The experiences are worthwhile though.
  • Definitely harmful. Trump has too much money and look what it's done to him.
    • Hardcore Conservative
      And Mark Zuckerberg. Warren Buffett. Barack Obama. Nancy Pelosi. George Soros. Looks what it's done to them, too.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Stuck in the 80s, exactly:
  • Money is bad if it becomes an obsession and, in turn, the focus of one’s worship. When money hinders our ability to provide emotionally and spiritually for ourselves and the members of our household, then it distracts from the important things and turns into something harmful (1 Tim 6:10, Heb 13:5). Some people just have a knack for generating a lot of income while upholding their scriptural obligations and maintaining their relationship with God. King David was filthy rich and managed to worship and serve God. His son, Solomon, was rich and extremely wise until he became distracted later in life. Jesus never experienced material wealth, yet, he is considered by some to be the most influential human to walk the face of the earth. Money in and of itself is not bad, the Bible describes it as a protection (Ecc 7:12).
  • Not at all, you just need to learn the art of managing it.
  • You lose happiness finding things to do maybe.
  • You cannot globally answer that question for everyone. You do not know everyone. Some people don't do well with money and some do exceedingly well with it. Bill Gates is one of the wealthiest men alive. He also is a big time philanthropist. Without people like him donating a lot of things wouldn't get done. "With fellow billionaire Warren Buffett, Gates is leading the charge to encourage the world
    • Linda Joy
      You weren't asked to answer globally the question clearly states "YOU" !
  • it depends. most of the rich people in life are some of the saddest people.
  • If it promotes being fat and lazy yes. Depends how you use it.
  • Money is bad Imagine all the homeless cold hungry and tired people. Without money some people are sick cold hungry and tired. And image people with to much money for the hospital bills MONEY IS CAUSING LOTS OF THE WORLD'S PROBLEMS. WITHOUT MONEY PEOPLE ARE FORCED UPON THE STREETS. IT IT TOTAL MADNESS!!!!!!
    • Anonymous
      The set up is wrong: cost & profit are up the wall in terms of value for money & the true worth of goods: To manufacture smartphone from third world labour costs a few $ & sells for $100's.
  • That's a risk I'd be willing to take on. My paypal account is ...
  • Yea, pass me your money so you won't get harmed
  • No! It's my choice.
  • Only if you are holidaying at a nudist resort.
  • I dont believe it is harmful but in the off chance it is, you could afford to get it fixed.
  • Unsure. However I am willing to find out Anyone here interested in helping me out. Just a joke.
  • It's the love of money that's harmful. (1 Timothy 6:9, 10) But those who are determined to be rich fall into temptation and a snare and many senseless and harmful desires that plunge men into destruction and ruin. 10 For the love of money is a root of all sorts of injurious things, and by reaching out for this love some have been led astray from the faith and have stabbed themselves all over with many pains.
  • Sure beats all that comes after!
  • How much do you consider to be too much? I am a retired actress and model, and I earned high fees for them, e,g. for posing for 25 photo books, I was paid the equivalent of $10,000,000 in USA money. I earned more in acting.
  • Money is a tool, just like the internet or a gun. It depends how you use it.
  • It really just depends what type of person you are. It's not good to spend it on trash, or keep it away from anyone. It's good to share. But I guess it just depends.
  • I volunteer to be the test subject. Hook me up with "too much money," and I'll let you know the side effects.
  • If these tech giant billionaires are anything to go by, then yes! too much money makes men think they're Gods and they want to control the population on a global scale. they want to tag us like cattle and use our personal information, especially our medical records, against us.
  • Yes, like the young rich ruler in Mark 10:17-27 who went away sad because he had too much wealth, he actually worshiped his riches.
  • Too much of anything is no good” is not an accurate thing to say because it depends what it is. If it’s to do with money, there is no harm in that because it’s not like money has hands and feet that can physically harm you. Having lots of money can feel good. Generous people can help the poor and homeless people as well. Although people have different ways of surviving, money is either important or not depending on the person’s financial situation; they could be either very rich or very poor. Unfortunately in today’s world, nearly everything costs money.
  • How can one have too much money? If I had more I'd fix more of my town and not worry about prices. Of course Id upgrade my vehicles. I doubt its ever possable to really have to much money. It mightn't buy happeness but it makes misery alot more bearable.

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