Essay On Love Of Money

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1. INTRODUCTION In this era, we all know that money is one of the goods or services trading instruments that are very important. Because money is a tool of exchange that can be generally accepted so someone who has money can fulfil his life, such as it clothing, food and house. We can buy whatever 's on sale as long as there is money. Money has a different social significance for its users. Lea and Webley (2006) in a study revealed that money functions not only as a payment instrument but also serves as a drug, further they say that money plays an important role in satisfying the biological and psychological needs. In a psychological sense, money can make people addicted. Such as drugs, money is a powerful, addictive, and became a master motivator in creating a feeling that is never satisfied, so this can lead to bad behavior, such as…show more content…
Well in psychology, there is a concept about someone 's who love of money called the Love of Money. Actually the concept of love of money it already existed since long time ago, in the International version of the Bible mentioned that "For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pussies themselves with many griefs "(Timothy 6:10)," Whoever loves money never has enough whoever loves wealth is never satisfied with their income. This too is meaningless "(Ecclesiastes 5:10), so in the Christian and Jewish religious traditions, the concept of the love of money is considered a sin, they consider the love of money related to the avarice and greed, where the nature of greed will result in the behavior of such crimes (corruption, cheating, stealing, robbing,
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