How much do money, possessions and status mean to you? Take this quiz to find out.


Do you regularly let friends treat you to meals, clothes, etc. because they make more money than you?


Which is closer to the truth:


If you won $1 million in the lottery, how much would you give to charity?


In the film "Indecent Proposal," a man offers $1 million to a couple to sleep with the wife. Would you accept this offer?


When you walk through a department store, do you:


Choose the statement that's most true:


You buy a house in a beach community. A neighbor comes to the door with a petition to close the beach to non-residents. You:


My faith puts too much stress on poverty as a spiritual state.


You are a CEO of a company whose performance is worse this year than last.


Your pack of trick-or-treaters yells, "Trick or Treat!" and the person at the door offers you the candy bowl twice. You:


Choose the statement that's most true:


The city plans to open a home for the mentally disabled in your neighborhood that will likely lower your property values


A cashier gives you $10 too much change. You:

Your result is:
Your generosity outweighs your greed. You're not exactly a saint, but you're on the right path, and you aren't taking too much with you for the journey.
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Your result is:
Impressive. Do you actually own anything, or do you just give it all away? From what we can tell, greed isn't your issue. Way to go. Now, let's check your current level of pride...
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Your result is:
So, look: the first step is admitting you have a problem. Don't listen to Gordon Gecko--greed is not good. Our advice: Go cold turkey. Every time you want something, give something away instead. Say goodbye to greed!
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Your result is:
Ok, so you want it all? Is that so bad? Actually, yes. Greed didn't work out for Gordon Gecko, and it won't work out for you. It's time to learn the joy of being content with whatever you have.
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