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Strange, right? Like being told that grime is now the go-to music of choice of octogenarians. But there it is. Which means in real terms that more Miles Davis albums are being sold than they have for a decade.

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Jacob saw his brother, Esau, for the first time after many years of hiding from him. During their childhood, Esau was angry at Jacob because he thought that Jacob had stolen his birthright. I have everything. Esau, a selfish person caring only about his materialistic possessions, proclaimed that "I have plenty" because "plenty" is quantitative.

His material possessions are what he saw as his net worth. If he would ever lose a majority of his possessions, then he would be plenty no more. Jacob, however, who had his entire family with him, proudly declared, "I have everything. For thousands of years, the wisest men have been preaching this truism.

But why do we fail to embrace it? In interviews with elderly people who look back on a life gone by, they dejectedly speak about how they should have spent more time with their families, taken better care of themselves, and certainly focused less on their careers. Rather, it proclaims the virtues that the deceased possessed as a grandparent, parent, sibling or spouse. Monetary and career success are wonderful things.

This is why Jacob knew he had everything. Is there not a dying wealthy person who would without hesitation give his entire fortune to live another year? How about for just another week? Would you ever want to switch places with him? Of course not. Yet, billions of people who still have so much physical life in them choose to walk the earth being unhappy, discontented, and miserable.

Their idea of wealth is exactly what the zombies of society and the media have said that it should be. If you think about "what you have" in the same terms as Esau, then you are certain to have a life filled with frustration, disappointment, and unhappiness.

But if you understand the life-changing statement of what Jacob said and you think about all of the irreplaceable and priceless things you have in your life right now, then you now will wake up each and every morning confidently knowing that you really do have everything.

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Jacob saw his brother, Esau, for the first time after many years of hiding from him. During their childhood, Esau was angry at Jacob because he thought that Jacob had stolen his birthright. I have everything. Esau, a selfish person caring only about his materialistic possessions, proclaimed that "I have plenty" because "plenty" is quantitative.

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By Juliet Macur Feb. She needs no disguises or bodyguards. She has no reason to brace for mobs of fans. With the ease of anonymity, she trains at her rink. She eats out, and sings in karaoke clubs. But in her home country, South Korea, Kim is anything but ordinary.

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Read the entire thread. It could very well be about Price, because the ease with which her music has been brought into the spotlight also indicates how quickly it could fade. Just wildly inaccurate narration that deflects responsibility from the real individuals and institutions that actively marginalized and still marginalize real women. A responsible storyteller needs to specify who did these things. What would this paragraph look like if we inserted historical agents?

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