But I believe that it is important to realize that everyone is at a disadvantage in today's economy.
I don't think it helps to point fingers at anyone--
I might be a boomer who is living in the poverty bracket, but my adult children are struggling, too--
and my grandchildren?
Well, yes, I am quite worried about them.
My WWII generation parents had a financial collapse, due to illness, etc.--
so they never had the big money many of their peers had.
I think it's a good thing. I think it's good to have less and learn to live simply--
I know it's not 'ideal', but it does help a person keep his/her priorities straight--
family, health (if you can get it without medicine--LOL!), and a spiritual life--
which includes liberty--
it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--
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