Why people are becoming more and more materialistic and dont care of the relationships?
It is believed that the more things we accumulate the better quality of life we are providing for our families and relationships. Material objects can be owned, they do not disagree with us or argue with us, and they will not cheat, break up with you or leave you for a cutie.
by BenWritings6 years ago
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by Threekeys12 days ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
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by mathira6 years ago
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by navneetjha5 years ago
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by Holly8 years ago
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