MONEY IS THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL
Although money is good at times, it is basically the root of all evil. I think it would be better to say that the root of all evil is not money itself but people’s desire for money, which they could use to improve their own status, either greed to increase one’s status, or jealousy over losing in the status game to others. The Bible does not say that money is bad. What it does say is that it is "the love of money is the root of all evil." Over time money has shaped many people into greedy human beings who put others down, simply because they don’t have the same things.
“According to the US Census Bureau in 2005, the average median household income for Americans was roughly $46,000. The median annual earnings for someone in the labor force age 25 or older were $32,000. The median household per income, the amount of money households are able to allocate to each of their members, was $24,000.” These people seem to be satisfied with their income. Then you come to those that make less than this or those people who make much more. The individuals who make less always want more, as a result, in some cases their behavior leads to crime. If these people had more they could buy something a little nicer than they already have. Now those who have more money than the average person always seem to want more, such that then many get more, they think that they will be satisfied, but often this is not always the case. For some the more they have the better they are, or so they think yet it's all a power trip as such, when is enough, enough. Enough is simply not enough for many people who are wealthy.
However there are people that aren’t that fortunate and do not make very much therefore they often not happy about their situation. They do not have that the nice new car that their neighbors might have. They generally always want something that someone else has simply because they think it'll make them feel better. Now, those who have money are not always that happy, as they say “Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy you the kind of misery you prefer.” They can never get enough of everything, they always seem to desire newer and better products which they think will ultimately make them happy.
Soon the individuals, who make hardly anything, somehow find a way to make more, sometimes it often leads to stealing or even selling themselves. Their goal is constantly on finding becomes a way to keep the money coming in. Their interests disappears from their activities and family for example the father keeps on searching for money by getting side jobs and sooner or later he forgets everything else including his family, instead of going to the park, watching movies and other family activities he is constantly looking for more money ....