I should also add that it is HOW you use the money you do have that women will take note of, too. If you don't have a lot, but, still do your best to plan nice things, albeit inexpensive, it truly is the thought that counts. We want effort, men. I can tell you for sure that a beautiful planned-out evening that costs next to nothing would win my heart far faster than going out to a store and buying expensive jewelry just because you can afford to.
If I had a million dollars, would this attract suitable women or the wrong sort, ( eg. Gold diggers!)
if I had all the wealth in the world, would another be attracted just because of this? To have what they don't, material wealth?
If I had the True Faith and God which has an infinite ( unlimited) immortal ( forever) value,
Why is it so hard to attract? Do we hide it? Why is this? Are people only thinking materially?
Have people actually thought of the fact, that by believing in God,( being baptized)
having the True Faith, we become Real Children of God.
Jesus Christ is a King, we then, being brothers and sisters of Christ
We are Heavenly Royalty, Real princes and princesses. ( Yes, that is right!)
As Heavenly Royalty, why is it that we often seek corruptible non- lasting things?
Is it that we all really seek and value Love= God ,and the happily everafter in Heaven?
Why then do we value what we do?
What is your treasure?
If you had the a choice between a million dollars and God ( heaven) what would you choose?
God bless you all.
Not sure in AUS. If you were in the US it would attract the wrong kind. Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Boxer, Carol Mosely Brown... All with IRS agents to get their "unfair" portion. Something like 99.9% of it.
Interesting. So a woman who is attracted to you IF you have money is automatically a gold-digger. What about you? Would you only be interested in the young and beautiful women if you had a million dollars?
I believe it is actually bred into women to be attracted to the man (handsome or not) who could best support a family. I believe this actually goes back to cave man days. A man who was successful at getting the big game was more likely (I've heard) to get a mate even if he was homely than the handsome guy who couldn't kill a rabbit. Did that make cave women gold diggers? No! It made them realistic about what was going to be necessary when children came along.
Back to you. Do you think cave men who were ugly but great hunters only chose the youngest and prettiest women as mates?