As we truck along in life and to make a living on an "what we call a Jesus approach", do we really understand the knowledge of the wisdom that is
taught to us by our parents on how money is the mirror of our imagine of our imagination of life of sunshine and coconuts on a beach with mermaids.
We are taught that life is the way it goes by our parents behavior, mostly good in my case, so I can't say about the negative side of learning of the
broken mirror of life and its thoughts. But money was never brought up in the case of being happy without it.
1100000055552017-11-27T07:55:55-06:00555511am7 by musicismagic because: (no reason given)
I use to believe that lie, that money can’t buy happiness. Then I went broke in 2007 from medical bills, had my wages garnished. Three young kids
and no money to buy a meal. I was going to have to do something desperate then a hero came along, with money.
Surely a certain amount of "monies" is needed to survive in the modern world. Most people want more money for fairly respectable reasons e.g.. Better
life your kids, parents, health. My parents worked their bums off for me and my sister. I want to give back. But.. I can work my tail off and bring in
the coin, but would I be better just spending time with them, being there more? Is a laugh and a hug better than $500? It's tricky mate
edit on 27-11-2017 by danielpoison because: Sorry bad spelling
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