Very greedy and immoral people don't seem to think so.
There are probably more poor people who would say that it is not possible to be too rich. Does that make them greedy and immoral too?
Just emotional and uninformed
Too many hypotheticals , try being more coherent in whatever it is that you are trying to say.
Shame there's not more of em.
Why Whats the point of being rich, i just want to mend my broken heart -_-
Yeah, when you have soooo much you can't keep it all in the U.S. Right, Romney?
Never put all your eggs in one basket.. That's why most investors have funds over seas. Most pension funds for the average worker do the same. Howard Hughes put a friend of mine through medical school, after learning he had the grades but not the money. Just because they have more wealth doesn't make them heartless monsters. .
And I guess it's no surprise the "other baskets" have certain tax advantages and non-disclosure perks. Such loyalty to our own financial institutions brings tears to my eyes. NOT.
On a personal level it does often seem to remove a person from the reality of the rest of humanity, to limit empathy, and to give a sense of entitlement at the expense of others. On a societal level, it means for every extra dollar a super rich person has that's another dollar that can't go to feed a child, provide a job, etc.
Very well said. I totally agree.
Power yes, inclination, evidently not, considering the state of the world. Seems like there are very few Jay Leno's out there, willing to take a 50% pay cut to stop job cuts in his company's employees.
ha or jay leno just told people that was the reason cuz he's bout ready to lose his job if he didn't
Wow, my sentiments exactly. You hit it right on the nose.
Yes, you can do a lot with money, including helping others who you think need your help.
Elvis Presley & Howard Hughes said the same thing: "I feel like the most miserable man alive"<br />
Google, how many rich famous suicides<br />
A Bible prayer is to be nieither so poor as to be forced to steal food, nor so rich as to feel God can be ignored
What a phenomenal response even though it was't my question and wish it had been my answer.
No, because as Scrooge McDuck has found, you always have enough money to buy a bigger vault.
no one is ever "too rich"....everybody is willing to be richer. :/
Poor people say yes.... Rich people would say no.
It wasn't a stereotype. It's an observation. Most people who have little money inherently understand the obscenity of having "to much" money.
No, it is not possible to be too rich. But it is possible to be too stupid with money.
No. Wealth is the plenitude of options. It is impossible to have too many options. It is possible to be too stupid to take advantage of those options.
Not sure. Lets ask Bill Gates....
Bill gates is a colege drop out that bought someone elses idea and build a system around it. Something simple and made millions.. As to being to rich lets ask the people that run America behind the scenes, they have the power but dont because to then were all their employees of the system called the goverment thet people that get rich are the ones that manage to free themselves from the claws of the governement system.
Yes, no, maybe, maybe not........
Two words one should never use in the same sentence as the word 'money' are 'only' and 'enough'
The Kardashians.. Who spend money on new cars like every week...
Of course you can do not forget health is wealth. And you can only eat one meal at a time sleep in one bed dress in one set of clothes have your house only so warm. What on earth more do you need or want. It is only greed after that
You know, they say money won't buy friends. But, with enough money you could probably rent a few.
Yes I'd hate to have too much money
No, but it is possible to have more wealth than you can spend in 100 lifetimes, while television infomercials show people with nothing starving & dying, asking for 29 cents a day to feed a needy child to people like me (middle to lower class) to give what little we have to help them out!
Rich with what? People who love you, friends, knowledge, wisdom, skills, material assetts, compassion for others, respect from others. The greatest of these is love.
From an ethical point of view, yes. You can never be 'too rich' - there is no limit to the amount of money someone can own. But in my opinion it is possible, because with money comes lots and lots of power, and when the love of power comes before the power of love, a person can suffer greatly. I wouldn't want all the money in the world, just enough to keep me comfortable so that I can put my time into the things I love; family, friends and my religion. Unfortunately people are swallowed up by this idea of power and believe that it's a very good thing to have...it's not, in the end, because when you ***** away someone's money and they have nothing left, well, what good is that? Just my opinion.