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agree ako dyan doc! One may have all the money in the world but will not be happy if he is not loved.
Kamusta ka na, Ms. Sharima? :)
nice article, thanks for sharing :)for me, being poor is not having enough time to bloghop harhar! :D
You said it, Eye! That's one mean bullseye. :)
be that as it may, i don't think people should use poverty or poorness to justify, for example, what's ensued in new orleans following the hurricane: the looting, the raping, the lawlesness...
Nothing wrong with being poor. Poverty can sometimes build character in a person, it can be a humbling experience. I don't mind being poor, I just dont like it when people cant seem to understand why you dont party/gimmick every weekend because you cant affort it and the money that will be spent on that gimmick would cost you 2 weeks worth of public transpo fare. Sus! Hehehe!Sup doc?
Amen to that, Ruth. Methinks the New Orleans case is an example of a "Lord-of-the-Flies" story becoming reality. Disasters bring out the worst in people.Hello, Fionski, I'm cool. Being poor builds character. Yes, I do agree with that. But you must also agree that the results are constantly good. Sometimes being poor makes you even poorer in character. The challenge is how to get out and change the situation.
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