Enough About You- blueee

  1. Taxpayers wonder whether the amount spent on students makes a difference. If we really think about it, yes it does. Ask any parent whose child goes to an expensive school.
  2. There are different types of injuries that happen in each sport.  Would we object if we knew that a surgery performed before any injury occurs could make an athlete stronger?
  3. Imagine our body being consumed by a drug. We would do anything to get this drug and we don’t worry about the consequences that come with it.
  4. By inviting Syrians in, we’re causing more problems than we’re solving.
  5. Does the idea of not actually having our money on-hand sound trivial?
  6. That little green piece of paper in our pocket holds no actual value other than the cost it took to produce it, and yet we will work our whole life just to acquire more of those little green pieces of paper just so we can take them and stick them in a bank.
  7. So just remember the next time we read a bank statement or look at dollar bill that we’re holding an made up value that someone decided to make up. Without it, we might still be having to trade with goods like livestock and produce.
  8. I now understand that a dollar is only worth what we can receive in exchange for it.
  9. Being able to walk around with money without holding the money in our hand brings me back around to the idea of the stone because, just like stone currency, we don’t need to be in physical possession of these Bitcoins to own them.
  10. We hear people talk about the American Dream, which requires that we have enough of these pieces of paper to be financially stable. If we think about it deeply we will realize, that we receive these pieces of paper called money and base our whole life on them.
  11. Money is an adroit concept and its pursuit lasts a lifetime. Our goal from the moment we start school is to join the game of making enough of these pieces of paper to make our life more fun and acceptable.
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