A Wealthy Man's Son and A Poor Man's Son

The difference between a wealthy man's son and the poor man's son. To have want for naught or to want and rarely recieve.

A poor man's son wants for everything he doesn't have.

A wealthy man's son wants for naught.

The former learns how to live

The latter learns how to live.

And yet the two are worlds apart.

Because a poor man's son wants for everything he doesn't have and a wealthy man's son wants for naught.

One who wants for naught has everything he could ever want or wish for

whereas someone who is poor does not.

For if you have everything you ever want, you will never want anything.

But if you do not have everything, then you learn that money can not buy all and it does not fix all.

Because a poor man's son wants and a wealthy man's son wants for naught.

The End

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