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Sunday, October 30, 2005

The value of me

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A quick word for selfishness, and its value.


There are wonderful selfless people that do great and wonderful works of sacrifice. We admire their dedication even if most of us have no desire to do the same.


As a result many want to give, but in a more restrained order of sacrifice; - they usually do small works and give small amounts; this is a very good thing also.


A third group talks about sacrifice and gives. But they give other people's money and time, all they do is ask for praise, and support. Most of these people work through politics. They can get the government to take from people that produce, both their time and money, and use it to support a bureaucracy then give the bit that is left away. This is theft, of the credit for working, earning, giving, and caring.


The fourth group are the producers. Those folks that go about their business on a day by day basis. They work jobs, create businesses, teach others, and help others. When they give it is direct, to a need or to a charity they trust that addresses a need. These are also the people that group three steals from.


Some call the fourth group selfish, for they take care of their families and their future first. They are also the ones that have more than half of their earnings taken for other's projects, in taxes, fees, penalties, and the added expense of ridiculous regulations.


If the fourth group, the selfish, did not exist; there would be no one to steal from. In their desire to produce, they support the rest of the world. If not for them and their kind, we would still be living in caves, - starving and dying.


Let's hear a loud cheer for the selfish. You can be one also.


Be a success.


Do it for yourself and those you love.


Everyone will benefit.


But you most of all.


"The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of the blessings. The inherent blessing of socialism is the equal sharing of misery." - Winston Churchill

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