It’s important, I think, to note that yes, everyone does have a price. It’s saddening, it’s maddening, it’s empowering. A price can be whatever you…

It’s important, I think, to note that yes, everyone does have a price. It’s saddening, it’s maddening, it’s empowering. A price can be whatever you make of it. I think self worth is the best interpretation of it that I can come up with. On one hand it’s what allows people to be bought, and on the other it allows people self integrity. Although people may think they know their friends, I think it’s more important to know how much their own worth is. But the, where would we be without guessing at others’ prices, and how others value each other. In fact, and it’s scary to say, I’ve found that lately people have no qualms about telling others how close to someone they aren’t. I have but one thing to say in response to this practice: show me where my price tag is, alright, but don’t you dare tell me what I’m worth. When you try to buy someone, you’re imposing a price on them, and I know that that’s something that I wouldn’t enjoy. It would be like walking through every day of life as the product up for auction, subject to the lows and the highs of people’s opinions of you. Of course, such happens now, but as people become more frank, I think the offense is to be the person that knows yourself best . Don’t hide your price tag, but wear it with pride.
– Eric

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