life

life

  • Submitted By: cjablon1
  • Date Submitted: 09/10/2015 7:50 AM
  • Category: English
  • Words: 358
  • Page: 2

Money is a method of trading or “buying” things you need to get to be able to survive. For example, we use money to buy food; we need food to be able to survive. Money, we use to get shelter, food, clothing, miscellous items, and entertainment. Money, we use to search our wants, a way to compete against other people. Value of money, is determined by the government. There are laws about money in America, we are not allowed to create our own money, and we all have to follow a same money system. I think it is a good idea because we all can trade or pay for items we need or want, with out any confusion or rejection. There are also laws on counterfeiting money, we all are not allowed to remake the money and try to cheat people. I think people are desperate to get everything they want, but they are unable to get enough money they need.
Money, can buy you food, clothing, a house, a car, a computer, the list goes and on. Money also can “buy” friends, or families. If a person is wealthy, they can afford to buy friends, children, or family member because they don’t want to take the time to make friends the natural way. Money can buy you an education. We all need some kind of education to get the job we need, to make the right amount of money. The advantages of being wealthy are you always have everything, you don’t have to work hard, and you are able to afford anything. Money is not a worry for that person. The disadvantages of being wealthy is you don’t have true friends, true families, and you always worry about high taxes or someone taking away your wealthy status. Being a middle classman has some advantages, such as having some things that you need, having a close kit family, and being comfortable at your job. The disadvantages are worrying about bills, paying bills on time, losing your job, not being finically secure. Being comfortable money wise, is being able to pay your bills, having money left over, being able

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