Money is not everything. We cannot deify money and regard money as the main goal in life. There are many other things that are more important than money.
Excessive ambition for money will only make a person fall into the abyss of lack, feel always lacking, and never satisfied with what he has and he has achieved. Excessive ambition for money can also lead a person to the brink of collapse.
There are many things in life that are more important and more valuable than money, including:
1. Feelings of love and affection
Love and affection forever can not be bought with money. Sincere and pure feelings cannot be counted in money. A person’s sincerity will come from the bottom of one’s heart, no matter how much money you have.
2. Peace of life
Sometimes, many people think that having a lot of money can make our lives calm and peaceful because we can afford anything. In fact, the opposite is true. Many feel their life is not safe and peaceful because they are constantly thinking about the security of the money they have.
Some say time is money. It’s not completely wrong, but it’s not completely right either. It all depends on each other’s point of view. The thing that must be considered is that we must be able to manage time well between making money and time for family and ourselves.
4. Family and friends
We may be able to find and collect money again when our money runs out, but we cannot find and reunite family and friends if they have left us forever. So, don’t just focus on money, pay attention to your family and friends too.
In fact, we will feel that health is something very special even when we are sick. We are willing to pay anything to get back healthy, even though when we are still healthy we often neglect ourselves.
Those are five things that are more important than money in life. It does not mean that we are individuals who do not believe and do not need money. In reality, life also still requires money. However, we must know the portions and limits, and must be good at managing the time between thinking about money and thinking about our lives and the people we care about.