"Bhakti (Sanskrit: भक्ति) literally means "attachment, participation, fondness for, homage, faith, love, devotion, worship, purity". It was originally used in Hinduism, referring to devotion and love for a personal God or a representational god by a devotee."
The Christians are very much indeed Jeehsus freaks, that is, the devotees/bhakt s of Yeeshoo of Nazareth and the Moslems, despite being monotheists, are very much indeed the devotees/bhakt s of Rasool Allaah, Prophet Muhammad.
Of course, riches are riches are riches! Money can not only buy one necessities, comforts and luxuries but it can give one a lot of social 'status' , as well.....at least, in the unipolar world of the twenty first century.
The biggest shortcoming of the perfectionists is that they are a little too obsessed with 'perfection', that is, they do NOT really fully understand the various constraints and the concept of Return on Investment.
One does not really need all the wealth in the world to feel 'loved' . One does not really need all the power in the world to feel 'loved' . A big, close- knit family is more than sufficient to make one feel 'loved' .