I thought I was different, and I don’t want money to be happy; some of it, to carry out my daily activities, would suffice. As you might have guessed, I was wrong. I don’t crave for wealth as much as people I meet every day, but yeah, there is some need (maybe whatever I went through in last four months is responsible, but that’s another story.)
I always wonder why people behave the way they do; running behind things they never need, going for something which they might never use, getting some stuff to improve their ‘image’… the list goes on. Its OK, they’re spending whatever they have on what they want. But the same people- seem to hardly consider other minute facets of life, ones which are important. What’s the use in getting an iPhone and not have any talktime in it? “I can listen to music all the time”, the guy says. OK smarthead, but you could have purchased an iPod if you wanted music, right? And there’d be enough left to recharge your phone several times over.
But unlike the rest of us, still in hot pursuit of frame and fortune, all Jason wants to do in life is to be a human being.
And he’s far from certain he can do it.