Posted: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 4:18:55 AM
You mean the crazy ocean of never-ending responsibility and the test of adultness that can satisfy your wants, but to be honest no one needs. I’ve seen wealthy people live the life of luxury one minute but lose there job and money the next and don’t know what to do. They think to be happy you have to have money, but I know it was all just a front. Their lives were lived for one big show so they could fit into the upper class society. Of course they decided not to let anyone know that they were hurting financially, so they could still sit high on the throne of this messed up generation who thinks your nothing without some moola. There meaning of life is way different from mine. And for the record my families rich, we just never had a lot of money. Our family survives on love, strength from each other and faith in God, something money can’t buy or ever will be able to. I was always taught to work hard for my money and spend it on quality items, not junk. And I appreciate everything I have. I save my money and im a teenager, of course im going to want to spend it, but I set my limits, I always shop on sale, and donate some of my old clothes to goodwill. What do people with everything ask for, for Christmas? Um, they have all there wants and needs. What a sad boring life. So what is money? Money can be whatever you want it to be. You can use it for the good or abuse it. It can set your life straight or send you into a bitter cold world of unhappiness. It can be your bestfriend, but just think about this…… your bestfriend might not be too good for you.
Tori Waren age:15