I agree with the others that money is simply an item like a car. It is how you use it that can be good or bad. I think of money as being good because you can use it to help others. For example I was reading about those people in Haiti eating dirt cookies because it's all they could afford and my first thought was how I could help them out. I don't want to just "send money" because that usually is not a healthy long term solution. However I'm going to talk to the crafting group I know in Haiti and find out what organizations like theirs are growing and taking on new local workers - because then if I run a sweepstakes for their craft to help them get more publicity and clients, they can hire more workers and more people will be earning an income so they don't have to eat mud every day.
So I think of my money - the money I donate to run the sweepstakes - of being a very powerful force for good, for people who right now can only afford a 5 cent mud cookie to eat.