Reparations is a financial boomerang; so long as the rich trust in the poor who can’t afford to save. Because they have no choice but to spend their minimum wages. Demand more for your time, and customers will hold you to it. If you start at the bottom, progress from slavery. Make your own companies. Make a lottery system and crowd source within the community until business starts making good money. Nepotism. Generational wealth. Monetize reality TV geared for outsiders. Complete the loop. That's "an" plan. I'm just throwing out suggestions. My parents were poor immigrants. Family is supposed to reinforce your love to work so hard you can AFFORD to save.
That's what I suggest. I'm 44 and I can't afford to save. Spending money like it's on fire, just to survive. We all bite off more than we can chew in a plethora of ways. Are you willing to work until you can afford to save? To invest? To give? I can't wait to give. I give through buying movies because it's a reprieve from reality. Drugs are a reprieve from responsibilities, from sobriety. Once in a while, question should you? Could you? Would you? But that's it. I do not use money as a reprieve. It may be on fire, but that means when I get around to spending it I'll have less lose... You understand? I'll have less to lose. I'm not attached to work. I have less to lose than rich people.
Slavery is zen in progress.
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John Ralph Tuccitto
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