Dirty. Enriching. Sexy. Necessary Evil. Happy. Freeing. Humbling. We all have our adjectives, and feelings, we attribute to money. Once I lived with a lot (and later wondered where it all went), and several times I have lived with little. I don't know that money brings happiness, but it does create options. What you do with it, says a lot about your character and who you are as a person. For instance...
A friend owes you money and has not paid you back for a while. It is not enought to break the bank, but enough to compromise the friendship. How do you deal with it?
If you only lived on cash, with no access to credit, how would your life change?
What one thing influences you the most when deciding to give someone a hand out on the street?
You notice a $250 credit on your bank statement that is a mistake. The bank does not catch it. Do you say something?
When in life do you feel the richest? and when the poorest?
For more thought provoking questions on money, check out If You Had A Million Dollars by Evelyn McFarlane & James Saywell