Does money have too much importance In the modern world?
I think the statement means that the important things in life can't be bought and, while I think that's true to a certain extent, f also think that money can gp some way to helping os achieve those things. To begin with, it's difficult to have peace of mind if you have money worries. Of course, a lot of other things can destroy our peace of mind which have nothing to do with money, and being at one with yourself and content with your life is far more important than being rich. I also think that, if you have money, you can control the state of your health to a certain extent by ensuring you follow a balanced diet and by having the time to exercise. And should you develop health problems, you can afford to have treatment that might save or prolong your life. Furthermore, although nature is there for everyone's enjoyment, it is becoming increasingly the case that only wealthy people can enjoy nature's gifts, because only they can afford to buy homes in the countryside and travel to unspoilt areas of natural beauty. On the other hand, I do agree that wealth is a hindrance to sincere relationships. Being rich cannot buy you love, it can only buy you companionship and entertainment I imagine that if you're very wealthy, it must be hard to tell whether people are genuinely interested in you or just in your money. / also think that while it's preferable to have money if you are going to have children, very often wealthy people have dysfunctional relationships with their families and all the money in the world cannot make up for the comfort and security of a loving family. In conclusion, I'd say that not all the best things in life are free, but hopefully there will always be some things that money just cannot buy.