You would think that money was a good think, wouldn't you? If course for some it comes easily and they can throw theirs around, while others treasure every penny. So if we consider the points then maybe we can realise the effect it has on the majority of people.
Personally, my first impression of just money in general is something that...
• May course problems mentally and physically
• May course jealousy
• Might course arguments.
I don't know about you (but I would like to later if you comment) but I don't think that my first impressions are TOO great. If we look at it from another angle though...
• Money makes you more responsible and can help you to spend it more responsibly
• Money can have a positive effect on people that find it hard to talk - it's an interesting conversation to chose what you can spend your money on.
• Pocket money helps adults get a hand around the house and this is a large positive part of money.
As you can see, there are many reasons on both sides. However, there is an example I spent a long time thinking about that may help us see the situation a little more clearly.
You are in a class and your teacher is nice when she's nice, though unpopular when she wants to. So, you often like her, but often don't. When she\he is kind, they are like money when you aren't in a mess. But when they are grumpy, they are like money when you are in trouble - like bankers in the financial crisis.
So, how do you look at money. In my opinion, money is an improving process and someday, we will have solved all difficulties financially. Although it may not look to great currently, money will improve ( by the way things are looking) and things like the financial crisis won't happen again. If we're careful. I'm pretty sure of this though BNC has helped me to practise open-mindedness and welcome other points of view. What do you think of my opinion and what's yours?