The Bridging:If the wealthy spoke with those struggling and improvished what three things
would they say?
They would say the following things:
(1) You are in charge of your life. You are poor because of stupid, mindless, & negative choices. If you want to be wealthy, first become educated, strategize & achieve your goals, brand yourself, & adopt positive & life enhancing behaviors.
(2) Don't marry & have children before you are established educationally & career-wise-one should marry & have children in his/her 30s, at that time, h/she is established educationally & career-wise. The earlier one marries & have children(in his/her 20s), the more impoverished h/she is likely to be. Oftentimes when one marries & have children early, his/her plans for further education is severely curtailed. The time that should be spent furthering one's education & career is spent on marriage & parenthood. Also when one marries in his/her 20s, he/she isn't established socioeconomically but is struggling.
(3) Don't have large families. Poor people tend to have large families. There is a strong correlation between poverty & large families. Large families do nothing except to reduce the family further into poverty. Fathers have to endlessly work to provide for an ever-growing family but to no avail. Children have to go w/o proper food, clothing, & medical care. It is common in large families do w/o, even the basic rudiments. Rich/wealthy people oftentimes have small families. They know that small families have more socioeconomic & educational opportunities than large families. There is more monies allocated in small families than in large families.
They eventually do, if even in their Hearts. We all have one.
1. Go find yourself something to do, you scrounger. (The critical approach)
2. Sorry I hurt you, I was ignorant.
3. How can I make up to you for these acts of atrocities? (reconciliation)
The way of most of the wealthy is to take. So forgiveness follows guilt and CAN take some time. Much Peace.
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