There seems to be a myth going around that greed drives the rich. My theory is that some people become so good at earning money that nearly everything they touch turns to gold. I suspect that after a certain point, earning money becomes a hobby, not a necessity. If you were incredibly wealthy, would you grow dissatisfied with your life and possibly turn your attention towards community service such as politics? I think that having access to any material possession might have limited value at some point for many people, and would create a need for greater fulfillment elsewhere. Your thoughts?