I recently heard a commercial for a financial advisor firm, urging listeners to be careful with their retirement savings. (Of course they are the ones who can really take care of your money.) The announcer described the tragedy of being careless with "everything you've worked for."
Obviously he is talking about financial investments, but the real tragedy would be spending all of one's life working only for money. If everything I have worked for has a price tag, I am the poorest of men. I hope that my retirement savings ranks near the bottom of the things I have worked for.
All of the material things in life will disappear. Only relationships will last forever. That's what I want to be working for.