MahaMonday: Fiscal conservatism

imageChai Latte Diaries, the question is whether to bankrupt oneself to meet a friend’s extravagant spending or not: “…understand that she is not under an obligation to “shell out more than her share.” Should she ever choose to do this, then it should only be out of generosity, rather than expectation and obligation. Even if she were a multi-millionaire, there should never be any shade or hint of such an obligation present within the dynamic of friendship.

We do not buy one another with items or count who has more money over others; rather we invest with time and energy and secrets and laughter. Not ever do we place a price-tag on the love and light that is friendship.

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