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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Simple Philosophy Loadsamoney

On the Show this morning - the story of the Lottery winner who would give away his £19m fortune just to have good health. With the prospect of dropping dead at any moment, how could you enjoy more money than you can dream of? Some might say, get on with it, enjoy every second you can but I guess it's not that simple when you're living with a time bomb inside you. Friends today have been saying "with £19m you could have yourself rebuilt! Is that an option for him though. It must have crossed his mind. He can now afford the top surgeons, consultants etc that money can buy. Surely, someone can fix him. It's an irony that there are people being hacked to death with macheti's and all they want to do is live in peace and poverty. I've always said to myself, be grateful for every day and in each day try to do something useful or positive. Maybe that's why I'm so pleased just to wake up in the morning - even if it is 2.30!

Eddie 2 Sox - I suppose everything has a price - it's just that some things are priceless! WW

1 comment:

Eddie 2-Sox said...

What price good health against cash? Both would be fantastic, but if you had to choose?

I'm not sure.

Much as I'd like to live to a ripe old age, I wouldn't mind giving that up if my son was guaranteed to be set up for life.

Then again, I would pay every penny I have to speak to my Dad again.

The health or wealth debate is almost impossible for me....