In the 2nd grade, all everyone cared about was candy, LEGOs and having playdates, not realizing that you needed green pieces of paper or plastic rectangles to get what you wanted

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This kind of lifestyle never really died out for me until my first year in college. In my head, I still thought that to be attractive to girls, you had to have a lot of money and spoil them. I thought that in order to be academically successful, you needed the best computer, the most expensive education. My parents hammered over and over again into my brain that in order to become successful, you had to be rich. It was all about the money.

https://perfectideals.wordpress.com/2017/02/11/incipience

I miss how your sole purpose of life was eat, sleep, play and repeat

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Now that I think about it, I really don’t remember when was the last time I had a hearty laugh. I envy you sometimes because you used to laugh for anything and nothing but still it used to be very genuine one. Laughing is the best medicine, now I understand why you used to be so healthy and now look at me, I seem like a shop of issues.

https://letsimplifythings.wordpress.com/2021/08/17/me-and-my-childhood

I want to pass to my children the importance of helping and supporting each other within the family and relatives

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What I treasure most in our family is the special bond they shared rooted in their belief in God and love for family. Ours is not a perfect family, we have our own ups and downs but the bond we shared provided a sense of continuity that I want my children to experience as well.

https://costarich.wordpress.com/2021/07/21/role-models