- Family is more important than money, work and prestige.
Ofcourse family is more important than money.
...which makes him realize that family is more important than money. He renounces his fortune and walks out of the Baxter Building with his family, leaving his time machine behind.
One is that 'we all know family is more important than money'
Family is more important than grandma's house. Family is more important than money. But, when money is on the table and ends up in somebody else's pocket, family ties typically go out the window.
One is that 'we all know family is more important than money'. As and others have already pointed out, money is required in order to feed and house a family. Children can't eat love.But there is hope. People change. Situations change. We grow older and wiser. And, like main character Will Hawes, we eventually figure it out, that family is more important than money and success and work and schedules and, well, whatever else fills the time we could be with those we love.Scott Disick thinks family is more important than money.The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star - who has Mason, five, Penelope, two and ten-week-old Reign with his partner Kourtney Kardashian, 35 - has changed his view on the importance of money.He said: "I like making money, but I like being at home, too"I've realized that money is not everything I used think it was. Being at home is more important."And the 31-year-old former model also admitted he feels "pretty fortunate" to have three "amazing" children.He gushed: "We've been fortunate enough to have three amazing kids."They don't really make our lives any harder, they make it easier, because you kind of realise what life's about. We're pretty fortunate for that and I thank God for that."Meanwhile, Scott - who reportedly attended rehab last year - insisted he isn't worried about what people think of him.He told People magazine: "I try not to look into what people are saying about me anymore. A decent amount of the time it's probably not true, so I don't want to drive myself too crazy."People always have something to say about me. Listen, if it causes somebody some kind of happiness in their lives, so be it. I watch TV and movies for entertainment. Some people wanna read things, so more power to them."This article was from BANG Showbiz and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network.Better yet, the site also gives us hints as to what movies Netflix may soon find itself producing. Will we get Zapping Chef, the story of a well-adjusted chef who one day realizes he is able to control time with a universal remote then stages a civil war and fools around until he falls in love with his maid, thus pulling his life together and becoming a better person? Or maybe it will be Hell of a Laughter, co-starring Tara Reid, about an ordinary comedian who one day realizes that he is the devil’s dog watcher then travels to Thailand and fools around until he realizes that family is more important than money, at which point he pulls himself together and emerges as a better person.