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Neither one!  Mistakes are done why fix them.  You will have other mistakes and possibly the same ones as you age in life!  As long as Jehovah does not recall them why should we?  As for the $10M dollars, I would not want it because there would be 10M people trying to get some money free.  You would not be happy! 

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TTH: I have found that the most trustworthy and dependable friends are the ones you "pay for" ... just never forget that you are your OWN best friend, and everything else is ephemeral ... and when they run out of time, and when you run out of money, they will be gone. Reality, when correctly understood .. is NOT a cause for anxiety. Possibly four exceptions in a person's lifetime. It's like on FACEBOOK ..... man has 473 "friends" ... one shows up at his funeral.

I went to a Jewish  Funeral, many years ago, and the men who passed by the open casket were dropping in hundred dollar bills.  I counted ELEVEN of them! It looked like a mandatory custom, to me ... at least for the men. I did not have that much cash, so I wrote a check for $1200, and took back $1100 in "change".

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I would like to EXPERIMENT with $10 MILLION DOLLARS, just to SEE if I would be happier. 

I strongly suspect that with $10 MILLION DOLLARS, I would not have to worry about my medical costs, or the cost of dog food for my seven dogs. .... or listening to engine sounds, and every time I hear scraping metal or a "clunk", wondering if I am going to be stranded with no way to get home.

There is no shame in being poor ... but I would NOT be inclined to brag about it.

... and the people that want free money from me ... THAT would never happen!

I know how to say NO, and be rude about it, if necessary.

I WOULD find jobs for them to do to EARN some money.

I am retired now, and there is ONE thing that every person or company I have EVER worked for had in common..

THEY WERE NOT POOR.

 

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Thank  you  Brother  Devaraj,  @devarajjh  from  far  away  India....   hahaha  -  now  a  green  pill...  why  that ?  Take  green  algas  pills...  they're  herbal  -  but  ask  before  your  Doc.  not  so  healthy  for  all  humans....

Greetings  from  far  away  Germany  :)

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On 8/13/2017 at 4:48 PM, James Thomas Rook Jr. said:

I strongly suspect that with $10 MILLION DOLLARS, I would not have to worry about my medical costs, or the cost of dog food for my seven dogs. .... or listening to engine sounds, and every time I hear scraping metal or a "clunk", wondering if I am going to be stranded with no way to get home.

There is no shame in being poor ... but I would NOT be inclined to brag about it.

"Dear God, you made many, many poor people.
I realize, of course, that it's no shame to be poor.
But it's no great honor either!
So, what would have been so terrible if I had a small fortune?"

I'd build a big tall house with rooms by the dozen,
Right in the middle of the town.
A fine tin roof with real wooden floors below.
There would be one long staircase just going up,
And one even longer coming down,
And one more leading nowhere, just for show.

I'd fill my yard with chicks and turkeys and geese and ducks
For the town to see and hear.
And each loud "cheep" and "swaqwk" and "honk" and "quack"
Would land like a trumpet on the ear,
As if to say "Here lives a wealthy man."

I see my wife, my Golde, looking like a rich man's wife
With a proper double-chin.
Supervising meals to her heart's delight.
I see her putting on airs and strutting like a peacock.
Oy, what a happy mood she's in.
Screaming at the servants, day and night.

The most important men in town would come to fawn on me!
They would ask me to advise them,
Like a Solomon the Wise.
"If you please, Reb Tevye..."
"Pardon me, Reb Tevye..."
Posing problems that would cross a rabbi's eyes!
And it won't make one bit of difference if i answer right or wrong.
When you're rich, they think you really know!

If I were rich, I'd have the time that I lack
To sit in the synagogue and pray.
And maybe have a seat by the Eastern wall.
And I'd discuss the holy books with the learned men, several hours every day.
That would be the sweetest thing of all.

Lord who made the lion and the lamb,
You decreed I should be what I am.
Would it spoil some vast eternal plan?
If I were a wealthy man.
Written by Lewis Bock Jerrold, Sheldon Harnick • Copyright © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc, Bock Ip LLC, Imagem Music Inc
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