What is more important luxury or family?

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Post by Kalin Adi » 03 Oct 2017, 21:54

Family is way more important, of course. We may have little, but we have each other.

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Post by walter7 » 03 Oct 2017, 23:33

Family is something which you cannot avoid because they will be there untill you pass away trust me but luxury is just materialistic thing and you cannot depend on it

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Post by kwahu » 04 Oct 2017, 03:23

Definitely, family. We can't afford to let kids raise themselves otherwise we create a chaotic world without morals. Again, kids will always copy what the parents do; if you are never at home when needed, it will be no big deal to them when they also become parents.

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Post by ananya92 » 04 Oct 2017, 13:17

I think joy is not hostage to luxury, and even in difficult circumstances, a family can find joy in togetherness. Therefore, family over luxury.

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Post by Ashley Simon » 04 Oct 2017, 19:25

Family, for sure. "Luxuries" are temporary - family is forever!

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Post by NSOfficial » 09 Oct 2017, 03:26

Family is definitely more important. However, it is for your family that you wish to obtain the luxuries of life so that you can create the best life possible for them.

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Post by Brandi Noelle » 09 Oct 2017, 15:58

Family. They are the greatest luxury in the world. I've been broke financially, broken emotionally, lost spiritually, but at the end of the day, I've had the love of my family. And that truly is enough.

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Post by Brian6 » 09 Oct 2017, 23:58

Family is the best. Luxury without happines is nothing and happines is brought by family due to security you have

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Post by MsAlpha » 10 Oct 2017, 10:37

Excitedreads wrote:I'd pick family... i wish I could have them both, but i truly believe there's no worth in having a bunch of money to spend, and no one to spend any time with. It'd be a lonely existence. And the more money you have, fhe higher the likelihood that the people around you become fake... at least that's my opinion
I totally agree with you. I'd choose family anytime. If I had tons of money but not have my family to spend for, I wouldn't have anything meaningful to spend it on. As to having both.. I think all of us can, with diligence and smarts, attain financial comfort that balances with the family life

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Post by ifeoma obike » 12 Oct 2017, 19:12

What is luxury without loved ones to enjoy it with? Luxury won't comfort in times of pain and sorrow, family will, and besides luxury can vanish anytime

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Post by Cloe101 » 13 Oct 2017, 09:07

Family over luxury for me.
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Post by TheWriteAngel » 13 Oct 2017, 14:26

I think I'd go for family. Success and happiness can increase manifold when shared with loved ones!

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Post by Phikim » 16 Oct 2017, 14:00

My family is an integral part if my life. Luxury without a stable family will eventually end up in shambles. Therefore, I prefer my family first and then luxury later.

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Post by Soulimpression » 16 Oct 2017, 14:55

Definitely family. I mean luxuries are nice, but without family, what's the point? If family is all you have, at least you have each other.

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Post by Sarah Immanuel » 17 Oct 2017, 12:14

It depends. Some family members are really stupid.

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