barn. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 13:01:09 PM
I will be the first to acknowledge that money does not grow on trees and that restricted budgets mean that someone loses out. But someone needs to get a grip and prioritise properly. Recently I read a press release regarding te success of new austerity measures. These were affecting use of official cars by senior government and council employees. Whilst reduction in spending is obviously good and this is progress they need to wake up and smell the roses. They have children on their doorstep in need of help. Sell the cars and use a bus instead. Thats what the rest of us have to do when we run out of money. I am sure it is very nice for senior politicians and bureaucrats to be taken from a to b in nice cars but homeless children should not pay for it.
Be slow, and be safe. Its hard work, dont think anything else. But its also very rewarding when all works out for both people and animal.
Of course, material possessions aren't just a monetary consideration. Once you accumulate a bunch of stuff, you find you've created a whole new set of problems. You have to store it... care for it... maintain it... insure it. Hence the old saying, "Do you own your possessions, or do they own you?"
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