Money Doesn't Make People Spoilt

Money Doesn't Make People Spoilt

Money Doesn’t Make People Spoilt

Everyone wants to be rich and live a luxurious life. They always dream about it and talk about it. Of course being rich is a good thing but one should be conscious about spending the money that he has. People who know that money isn’t gained easily and people who know how to spend their money will not be the slaves of it.

First of all, some people find money by working hard. Maybe they must work for several years to earn enough money to live a comfortable life. When they become rich they won’t be wasteful they will know the value of their money. Because they are aware of the fact that money can not be earned easily. Those who earn money by working hard won’t be greedy that money brings. They wont’t waste their money to the inessential things. They know what poorness means and they will make their decisions considering their past life.Of course they won’t be live like poor people but they will keep in touch with their old friends and when their friends need any help they will be there for them.

Secondly, if a person born rich and grow up in a fortune he would get used to keep the control of his money. Maybe he wants more money, as he is used to that fortune, he will work for it and he will earn what he wants. More money won’t make this person spoilt, because he knows how to live with a lot of money. This kind of person can be beneficial for people too, they start a scholarship fun, work on their charity projects which deal with the sick and the homeless, and do something good for the world. Moreover, if they have a strong character, money won’t be problem for them on the contrary it will be good.

However, money changes some people because they think that money is a symbol of power. My in-laws came into a lot of money over the past several years. They did work to earn that money, but I saw changes in them over time. They think they are better than others, even their own children sometimes! Many millionaires...

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