The Bible says, "The love of money is a root of all kinds of evil, for which some have strayed from the faith in their greediness, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows" I Timothy 6: The use of money can be very worthwhile.
Money can be donated to a good cause. For instance, a murder might be motivated by anger, a rape by uncontrollable lust, bullying and discrimination by ignorance. You need a big rock or stick to murder someone.
You need the other person not to notice to steal something from someone.
Crime has been happening before a monetary system. Religion has also led to a lot of destruction since a long time. Not only this even the greatest of problems dont have their root cause as money. The biggest example being Taliban.
Why are they attacking people, they are not getting money from it but it is because they want blood, killing of Indians and Americans.
This is called racism. So money is not the root cause of all evil. Money is not the root of all evil. The lack of money is the root of all evil.
I respect both sides and I understand why many people believe that money is the root of all evil.
But I have to disagree. Back in the history of mankind, before money was invented, we bartered. Money was the result of hardworking process.
Bear in mind that criminals are all born in poverty and some of them live in poverty. The fear of lacking money haunts them constantly. It is the fear of not being able to feed themselves and their families that make them commit unthinkable crimes. If money is evil, could you live in a world without money?
If greed or desire is evil, have you ever wanted something that is not yours? Any of you ever want an Iphone? Any of you can live without computer, electricity and all of modern comfort? Marx talked about an utopia society in which people work based on their ability and get rewarded base on their needs.
Money would not be necessary. I like to ask those who think money is not necessary to point out a successful communist example. Im from a communist, aka socialist, country.
And we are moving toward a capitalistic market. I strongly believe that if you dont work for yourself, nobody will. Money motivates people to work harder, smarter. Would there be light bub if Edison work for just bread and milk only?The love of money is a root of evil, because some people love money more than they love God.
Jesus said man cannot serve God and Mammon (the false god of riches and avarice) see Matthew The wage earner must earn money to stay alive.
WalletHub is running a fun little debate on the question: “Is money the root of all evil?” I’ve got a response up, as does Kevin Vallier. (Jeff Moriarty‘s is also. Let’s talk about money.I was thinking about it, is it really the source of evil in this world?
The answer for sure is not an absolute yes or no.
There are many parameters that we have to analyze before reaching out a conclusion. Money is the source of evil There is a traditional saying, “Money is the key that opens all doors.” Does everything can opened by the key of money?
Let’s talk about money.I was thinking about it, is it really the source of evil in this world? The answer for sure is not an absolute yes or no. There are many parameters . Is Money the Root of All Evil? Experts Pick Sides. This brings us, by way of conclusion, to Buddhism.
Like all things, wealth is temporary. Our desire for it is a source of suffering.
The love of money is a root of evil, because some people love money more than they love God. Jesus said man cannot serve God and Mammon (the false god of riches and avarice) see Matthew The wage earner must earn money to stay alive. Money Source of Evil? Tsegazeab Shishaye is an electrical engineer by profession and is interested in social issues, Ethiopian history, science and ideas that aim at . Money is the root of all evil, and yet it is such a useful root that we cannot get on without it any more than we can without potatoes.
The remedy for suffering is non-attachment—to learn to be content with what we have. The evil of money is our incessant desire for more of it, our tendency.