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Money is the root of all evil. Do you agree? Yes, I agree that money is the root of all evil. Money causes barriers between the rich and poor, make teenagers feel that money is equality to their self-worth. Money also corrupts people to go against their morals and may cause a family to break apart. Despite money being the root of evil, it is inevitable to know that it is a necessity in everyday life. Without money, survival would be difficult. Humans need money to support themselves with regards of food, water, the need for clothing as well as setting up a place for them to live in. ...read more.


Thus, many teenagers seek after wealth to achieve the sense of belonging they wanted to be accepted in a crowd. Money also causes the barriers between the rich and poor. If you are a rich and prominent businessman, you would be disgusted to mix around in the company of the lower status, for example, a hawker centre uncle. Mixing around with the lower status projects an image of you being low-class and poor, and somehow tells about your mannerism. Nobody wants to be judged that way. Thus, if given a choice, the rich would try to stay away as much from the poor. The poor are also not accepted in the 'rich' social circle, thus they would stay in their social circle. ...read more.


The wife would break out complaining, and due to the frequent nagging, the breadwinner might break down in the need to bring in more bread. The problems lead on and the couple would decide to separate and continue with their lives separately. If there are children involved in the situation, money would be a greater sin for broken families are never good for children to cope with. However, money can also be put to good use as they can be donated to the poor to help them cope with their life. Ultimately, money would be inarguably the most important factor in human existence. Although it may stir up more troubles than peace, it is a necessity in every day life for survival. ...read more.

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