posted on Jul, 23 2017 @ 10:08 AM
a reply to: DBCowboy
There's not enough info given to come to that conclusion. Choice A could be a "stay at home Dad". Or his lady could make way more money than him or be
incredibly wealthy (aka they live off of their investments). Or their cost of living could be low enough that they don't need the constant paychecks
just to make ends meet.
I think it really depends on what his lady requires of him. If the spouse makes way more money than him, she may not need him for income. His most
important role in her eyes
may be anything from emotional companionship or protection to strictly physical pleasure or an escape from her
boring corporate life.
Or it could be the complete opposite. I made more money than one of my ex's, but I was always working because of it. She hated me being away all the
time & literally told me she'd rather we be homeless & "romantically" spending time w/each other than for us to be financially secure but always away
from each other. I thought that was preposterous... so she left me lol. In short, it all depends on what that specific woman wants & needs.
a reply to: JoshuaCox
I'd say choice A. But the reason society rewards choice B more is because society values money and economic gains more than it values virtues. It's
the same reason a professional basketball player can make more in a season than a teacher might make in 10 lifetimes, even though the teacher is
literally guiding the next generation of society's members.
(But for the record, not every place is like this though. Some pay teachers & other civil servants much more because
they're working to serve
society's needs. That's why many people covet cushy government jobs, particularly in communist governments.)