"The American Dream is the desire to attain those things which ideally represent success, happiness, and satisfaction. These things are linked to material possessions and are in a sense, appreciated because of their monetary value. Such things include owning a house, purchasing a car, owning a boat or two, having a large bank account, and the list goes on. Such things are appreciated not because of their intrinsic or functional worth, but because they provide a sense of being – based on the pecuniary, dollar amount. So we refer to a person who owns a million dollar house as being significantly more important than a person who owns a $50,000 home. Although both homes serve the purpose of providing shelter and a place to live, somehow one’s association with the more expensive, million dollar home, subsequently increases his/her personal self-worth. The mistake evident in this analogy is that we cannot conceivably and with good conscious assign a dollar amount to a person – an individual. The moment we do, we limit his/her potential for becoming successful, happy, or satisfied. We create a false truth that will inevitably set anyone up for failure – anyone who fails to possess those things that hold high monetary values." - Author D Leach
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