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Never say Money even if it is the most important thing for you.
Money is important, but it is the work that will get me money. So, work is the most important. There can always be a better answer.
Be sure that you demonstrate level- headedness, morality, work ethic, and intelligence to know that money doesn't buy happiness.
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