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There are others out here left to die off because don't meet the requirements for the "Successful" person. They have a flaw that requires a little more time or effort, but they strive and given the chance usually produce an end product better than all the rest.
If their shortcoming comes around or is discovered late in life, then they're not worth the effort to help because it's a dog eat dog world and if you help someone then the thought is their going to take cash out of your pocket so let them get lost and they'll never surface again.
The economy has shown us even the best are prone to failure, people that can, should make it their place in life to help others, then that person will help others and so forth, it’s called “Pay it Forward” and it really works. Before you know it there’s no poverty, crime, or people hating others because they find a way to make it in life without having to hurt others.
It’s not living in a fantasy world it’s living not only for yourself but for those you can help, that way one day soon no matter how hard you look you won’t find someone that needs help.
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