Do you strive for money or you are born with a silver spoon?

India
February 23, 2009 1:17am CST
There are people who are born with a silver spoon. They are not required to strive for money in their life because they are born with the fortunes. They get what they want and do what they are interested in. But on the other hand there are people who strive to get even daily meal. They don't have money and even strive to earn a bread for themselves. Then there is another class, who have enough money for the food but strive to have a wine and butter. That class is the middle class. I belong to the one striving for wine and butter. So which class do you belong to ....
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@underdogtoo (9599)
• Philippines
23 Feb 09
I need to work for my money. I thought this would be very easy to do when I was young but to my dismay, I discovered it was not so easy after all. I like to work, though. Cheers!!
@psyche49f (2512)
• Philippines
23 Feb 09
I was born to a below average family. In fact, I remember having lots of dreams when I was a young girl, as it was the only way to "fulfill my wishes". Well, I worked so hard, and the rest is history. I am not really rich now, but could already afford things I could not buy then. Like owning a house and lot, cars, appliances, vacation, checking in at five star hotels, and the like. I never expected I'd land now in the middle class. In fact way back then, we could hardly make both ends meet. I remember we could afford just a radio and some bare necessities. Thankfully, my family now could provide for most necessities, plus some luxuries, and some modest savings in the bank.
@nanayangel (7839)
• Philippines
23 Feb 09
Hi there! I am in the same class as you. Now, I am trying to finish my studies and save money for another business so that in the future, I am hoping that my family will climb up to a higher class. I am doing everything especially for my son.