People may ask you to join them in a business, with grand promises of grandeur and wealth. When you tell them that it does not intereset you because you're not aiming to be rich anyway, they just look at you, disbelieving, and then condescending you. Is it that wrong to be contented with what you have, and not aim to have too much?
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I totally agree. It seems that some people have an ingrained and inherent prejudice against become wealthy. To these people, being wealthy is equivalent to being greedy, materialistic, and elitist- only a modest amount of success is permitted!