Believe me when I say I have experienced both sides of the coin.
I can admit, I can no longer afford things I once was able to. And yes, they are now the necessities of everyday living. It always is about choices. Always is, always will be.
It is about the choices we make in our lives.The choices we made whether they were right or wrong, and how we deal with the results. It is about making a concerted effort to listen, to learn and to understand each persons explainations and reasons, of the how and why we got where we are at this time in our lives.
It also is about what paths we all took or take to justify a means to an end. This discussion now has touched deep feelings within myself personally.It is also about the how and the why and the what, that got us where we all are and those choices made.
How many times should I personally write a long winded post trying to get a point across to only seem like a bitter angry person? Or to read another person not agree and get angry or antagonize another.
Perhaps I can understand exactly what someone feels and what they are attempting to convey as well.
Are we all bad people? Have we all made mistakes? Is everyone as open and honest? Is it about the haves and the haves not? Is it about right and wrong?
Once again, do we all deserve what we all get?
Everyone deserves the right to be happy, to be safe, to be healthy. Such is life.
People decide whatever paths, to get where they believe they need to be, and people can agree or disagree with them.
There are people who are in similar circumstances and do not choose the same paths as another. That is a personal decision for each person. It is not fair to condemn or judge if one way is better than another way in justifying the means to the end. But it is about the way we obtain what we all desire in life that may cause problems and disagreements between us all.
What matters the most, is the type of person you are, and how you and others treat each other. To some it is not the end result but how each gets there.
I could add personal admissions, but why bother? I could add personal experiences that would make my point of view seem the proper means to an end, just like anyone else here.
I just had hoped people can find it within their minds and souls to be open, honest, and receptive to an opposing view or ideology. It seems it boils down to ones moral, ethical, or sociological ideals as well.