Is Money Good Or Bad?

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Money by itself is neither good or bad, it just a thing. It is what a person does with money that intrinsically makes it good or bad. If you are making money by selling drugs to children or killing people for money, this is obviously bad. If you are using money to live the life of your dreams and helping others who are less fortunate, then it is a very good thing. We absolutely need it to survive in this world...so, why not make it good? You can find out more information here: www.lightconnection.us
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Money is both good and bad. It depends on how much stock a person puts into it. If you love money it could be bad. If you know there are more important things in life, it is good.
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