For the love of money is the root of all evil. Do you agree?

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For the love of money is the root of all evil.

Do you agree?

Why?
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I mostly agree due to the fact that people can easily turn greedy and take the money they have for granted and turn "evil", per se. There are exceptions though, like generosity and charity.
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For the love of money is the root of all evil.

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i disagree; the quote is from St Paul whom i dislike.
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Yeah definitely
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i disagree; the quote is from St Paul whom i dislike.
Do you dislike a quote just because you dislike this persone?
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Money is a necessity in daily life, unfortunately. It can be a problem if people rely on it too much, or use it wrongly but on the whole I think it probably isn't a problem.

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If you're going by the biblical explanation, then yes I agree because I'm a Christian

How about you? Do you agree with your own statement or are you just putting it out there to get feedback?
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(Original post by josejuan)
Do you dislike a quote just because you dislike this persone?
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Very much agreed
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I don't entirely agree. While one's greed can lead them to becoming very corrupt, money is commonly a way to fill a hole and can make you very happy. Money usually is seen as the drug that can either heal or create all your problems.

When you use money safely and wisely, it's usually not much of a problem.
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(Original post by josejuan)
For the love of money is the root of all evil.

Do you agree?

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I absolutely agree because it makes the best people greedy and selfish. They tend to turn away from ppl and rather pursuit after wealth. It's just sick and unhealthy.
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No but it's the root of quite a lot of evil
Obviously their are other evils but income and wealth inequality is the source of many of the worlds problems
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I disagree with this. In my opinion is that "the lack of money is the root of all evil".
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Money is a necessity in daily life, unfortunately. It can be a problem if people rely on it too much, or use it wrongly but on the whole I think it probably isn't a problem.

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If you're going by the biblical explanation, then yes I agree because I'm a Christian


How about you? Do you agree with your own statement or are you just putting it out there to get feedback?
Exactly.
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