Too much money is considered bad because many people having it forgets how to respect and be grateful in life. They take everything in life for granted and feel superior. They forget what is right and wrong, and do not follow any rule and act the way they feel is right. There are many examples of famous personalities all around the world who created their own rules and ultimately destroyed their life and relationship with others.
We should also consider the fact, not all people are same. There are many famous personalities who in spite of having too much money respected others, did not take things for granted and had the attitude of gratitude.
Many times having too much of anything is considered bad, it also true in many cases such as having too much of water can be poisonous, too much of kindness can make you vulnerable; too much of eating food makes you fat. But all this does not make water, kindness or food bad. Their usage makes it good or bad.
Thus, money in itself is not good or bad. Usage of money makes it good or bad. The same money can be used for a good cause such as an aid to help the underprivileged and the same money can be used to buy weapons for terrorism. Choice is yours; you can make or break your world. Money or any other thing in too much is just a tool.
Many people think too much money is the cause of every problem, but lack of money is also the cause of every problem. As for example we see poor countries facing loads of problems compared to rich countries. It has also been said “It is better to cry in a BMW than on a bicycle”
Eighty percent of the world’s money is with twenty percent of the population, while the rest 20 percent of the world’s money is with eighty percent of the population. Even if we divide the money equally among everyone, gradually within no time the eighty percent of the money will return back to the twenty percent of the population. It is a universal fact – Money stick with those who have good feelings about money and sadly twenty percent of the world’s population feels good about having money.