Mmmmmmmm I find myself hesitating.....having led an extremely torrid love life over the years, twice married and a myriad of significant relationships (well hell I am nudging 70!) I am a little disappointed in myself to say...I would probably now choose...MONEY (Especially as..as a result of the life I have led, I don't have much!)
This is not a cut and dried subject,in any way,shape or form!! I have never had a desire for lots of money for my own use,but I do like to spoil loved ones and help really worthwhile causes. I have been in love and living with my loved one;and I have lived without someone special in my life.I have to admit that I adore living on my own,apart from my dogs.I can do what I wish,when it suits me,whether this is having a luxurious bath,reading a favourite book,eating a meal when I am hungry rather than at a set time,etc..... I sometimes feel I have become more happily selfish,but then again,at least I am not a burden on anyone!!! So I truly am ruled by neither Love nor Money!
The issue is what type of love.
The ability to love would win if it was across all people but money would win if it was against women as my experience with them has been that they are unstable and selfish.To love them is to be harmful to your own well being.
Love is what comes to mind first...but i think you honestly have to look after yourself and if u hav children, them. So id have to go for money actually, which appears to be such a strange thought to me...
The love of my family is utmost and non negotiable.
The love of a good partner is priceless.Although I have paid my price on this journey, I strive on as a true romantic in search of that connection with the right person.This magic cannot be bought.
Love - money is just a consolation prize for not having love.
I lost love 18 years ago, but I still am reasonably comfortable - I would rather be poor and have love, than be as I am now, alone and comfortable.
Deftly love for me. We’ve been married 46 years, & we're still in love. We do have enough money for what ever we need, for our grown up family, & a cruise once a year, & trips up & down to Melbourne a few times a year to visit our girls & the grand-children.
Love definitely. I had a good marriage for 49 years until my husband's death. I am financially very comfortable but what's the good of money if you don't have someone to share it with - I'd give it all up to have my husband back with me.
I choose love. If it's real, it's forever. I had it and lost it... Nothing feels so fulfilling then loving and being loved in return!
By the way, if there would be a third option... I would choose health! Without it, no love or money can really help!