Money off

Money off could be useful if you actually needed something.

However, most of the Black Friday spending will be on items we as humans don’t really need and often we’re replacing a slightly outdated version of the same thing, perhaps purchased a year previously via a ‘too good to be missed’ Black Friday deal.

When we sit an analyse our life, it is unlikely that we will cherish the often dubious savings we made on items of no real use other than to satisfy our egos and to give us something to exchange the trinkets we were so lucky to receive for working for the industrialised corporate machine.

We could choose to stop looking for money off and savings. Perhaps we could spend our time instead actually giving to others who really do need something.

Money off stuff we do not need so that we can buy more of it with the savings we make – it’s insanity when you stop to analyse it.

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