Ouch. Those are harsh words but they are definitely a soul check. Do you, do I want a life that looks like those we see on TV, a celebrity life or a life like someone in our neighborhoods who seem to have it all? First, appearances are deceiving. We don't know what that neighbor is dealing with. BUT, what are we longing for? Are we praying for riches so we can have a life of ease and have everything materially we want? Or, if you pray for riches, is your motive to spend it as the way it should be spent: it's God's money and He has a purpose for it if He brings it into your life.
It is so easy to want stuff we see. And there's nothing wrong with material stuff. Just make sure it isn't first in your life. You have to have a balance between being responsible for what God brings in your life and also knowing it isn't what defines you. If it is taken away today, you ought to be fine with it (after the initial shock).
You can find both extremes in the Church when Believers try to figure out this balance on their own: one side leaves the world in a way. They isolate themselves from anything that doesn't scream Christian or have Bible verses written all over it. And the other side goes after all the material stuff saying all the stuff is indication of God's blessing on their lives. It is, but when do you know when the material stuff becomes more important than what really matters?
Balance, balance, balance.