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Re: What're your parents like?

Posted by alexandra_k on April 20, 2005, at 4:36:03

In reply to Re: What're your parents like?, posted by alexandra_k on April 20, 2005, at 4:31:26

Money is important.
People say it isn't, but that isn't so true really.
Its not that it has intrinsic value
It is what you can do with it.
Afford therapy.
Afford to live someplace nice.
Do nice things.
Live in a nice environment.
See stuff.
Buy stuff.
Have stuff.
Is it possible for a leper starving in india to be happy?
It is much much harder - but yeah, it is possible.
And is it possible for someone poor to be happy?
It is much harder - but yeah, it is possible.
Though 'rich' and 'poor' are relative terms, of course.
But to live in a pleasant environment at least.
To have things to look foward to.
Some things money can buy.

Thats where family
Counts for a lot




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