Let Me Ask You A Question – 12/15/16

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Let me ask you a question:

How much do you worry about money?   

60 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 12/15/16

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  2. Not at all. I hate it and since I’m a minimalist in everything that I do I just need a little. This gives me power over money. One either controls money or is controlled by it. Nowadays the whole world is totally controlled by money or love of money and this means big trouble for humankind. When I say that I live with little and spend little people think automatically that I live poorly. Totally the opposite I live better and have more fun than the richest people in the world.

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  3. I was in a marriage where my husband squandered every penny we had and I just left it up to the Lord that we would have what we needed for rent, food, bills. And we always did, when we needed it and just the amount we needed. I was fortunate in my second marriage to find someone who is a very hard worker. I have not been able to help much because of my health (which has been putting a lot of financial stress on us along with a money pit of a house). I once again have faith that it is all going to work out. So while I have money worries, I try very hard not to buy into them.

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  4. I wish I could say that I don’t, but I do. I am in the midst of changing my lifestyle though and that would help greatly. I’ve worried about money my entire life. Even when I was a child. So it’s a tough habit to break. The ‘funny’ thing is, I’ve never been in a position where things didn’t work out so I’m not sure why I worry so much. Maybe it’s just because I always have.

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  5. There were times when I do with my personal money, but most often not. I guess I am blessed to have a husband who is very good in managing our family finances and in saving. He always tells me that when I want to buy something,I should save for it! Others would loan or credit. He do not approve of that lifestyle.

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  6. After sleeping in my car with no money, to living in a nice home now with a family, but suffering with illnesses both my daughter and I have, I realize money is not something to worry about. Health, I worry about. Money didn’t change my happiness but health did.

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  7. I don’t worry about it in the present. As a man of a certain age with a daughter who will be entering college when I’m 63, I worry about the future. I haven’t set up enough for a secure retirement and the future of Social Security in the U.S. looks bad. I don’t obsess about it. It’s just one of those things that pops up in my mind once in a while.

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