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Just Pondering Part 744

Fancy PenHow would you feel if someone promised you something and the day after, they broke that promise? There is a chance that you would feel badly and remind them about what they promised.

People are human; which indirectly means that they are highly capable of forgetting things and then you have those with convenient memories; they remember when it is in their interest and forget about promises — especially those promises that they had no intentions of keeping in the first place.

As a rule, don’t get excited if someone promised you something; unless they are truly the trustworthy type.

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Just Pondering Part 739

Mont Blanc PenI genuinely believe that it is not right for someone to be so dirt poor that they are unable to afford the basics; such as food, clothing, shelter and healthcare.

Many have speculated that the system in which we live in, is designed to keep the population enslaved (They want us to be the working class; the people who make the affluent members of society, wealthier).

Why is it that everyone cannot experience wealth? The answer is: greed!

Some businesspeople have purposely created a shortage in the name of, profit (Those are the ones who do not care about humanity; they only care about dollar signs).

I also believe that there is enough of everything imaginable to go around and that ninety-nine out of a hundred times, the poverty is orchestrated to benefit the so-called upper class; those people who plan the collapse of various financial systems from around the world.

Instead of the rich hoarding their finances, they should more or less, donate it to those who are less fortunate than them (But no, they want everything for themselves).

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