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    How does Mariah Carey love money more than love? Please show me proof of Mariah Carey loving money, and I might change my mind about Mariah Carey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinedowness View Post
    How does Mariah Carey love money more than love? Please show me proof of Mariah Carey loving money, and I might change my mind about Mariah Carey.
    Hey, you know me, Mole. If you read my 20,000 posts, you will know more about me than my own mother. Would I lie to you? Can you trust me? Well, ask my friends, Ratty, Badger and Toad, and you might even ask Otter, but you might forebear asking the Weasels and the Stoats.

    Mariah Carey began a love affair with the billionaire Kerry Packer. She broke it off, and broke his heart, and demanded ten million dollars. It became plain Mariah was more on love with Kerry's money than Kerry.

    But if you think it is all about you, you might think Mariah sings all about you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Hey, you know me, Mole. If you read my 20,000 posts, you will know more about me than my own mother. Would I lie to you? Can you trust me? Well, ask my friends, Ratty, Badger and Toad, and you might even ask Otter, but you might forebear asking the Weasels and the Stoats.

    Mariah Carey began a love affair with the billionaire Kerry Packer. She broke it off, and broke his heart, and demanded ten million dollars. It became plain Mariah was more on love with Kerry's money than Kerry.

    But if you think it is all about you, you might think Mariah sings all about you.
    I just found out about Mariah's relationship with James Packer now. Do you think someone can still be a feeler and love money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinedowness View Post
    I just found out about Mariah's relationship with James Packer now. Do you think someone can still be a feeler and love money?
    Whatever we worship, we become. If we worship money, we become a miser.

    And what could be nicer than cultivating our feelings, as we might cultivate a garden, the only thing nicer perhaps is sharing our feelings here, as we might share the bounty of our garden.

    And yes you are right, it is James not Kerry. Kerry is Jame's father.

    However I do think it is a very good idea, particularly for a young women, to aim for financial and emotional independence. A man is usually not the best financial plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Whatever we worship, we become. If we worship money, we become a miser.

    And what could be nicer than cultivating our feelings, as we might cultivate a garden, the only thing nicer perhaps is sharing our feelings here, as we might share the bounty of our garden.

    And yes you are right, it is James not Kerry. Kerry is Jame's father.

    However I do think it is a very good idea, particularly for a young women, to aim for financial and emotional independence. A man is usually not the best financial plan.
    Mariah Carey might feel miserable on the inside if she has become a miser as a "feeler", but I am not sure.

    I attempt to expose my feelings to people in a tangible and effervescent way to let my garden of emotion have fruitful love, hope, and dreams flourish in the day and night.

    I agree that women having emotional and financial independence can be good if they are capable of doing that. And I would say it is best for people to help each other when they need it some times instead of them arrogantly thinking they can live without other people's help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinedowness View Post
    Mariah Carey might feel miserable on the inside if she has become a miser as a "feeler", but I am not sure.

    I attempt to expose my feelings to people in a tangible and effervescent way to let my garden of emotion have fruitful love, hope, and dreams flourish in the day and night.

    I agree that women having emotional and financial independence can be good if they are capable of doing that. And I would say it is best for people to help each other when they need it some times instead of them arrogantly thinking they can live without other people's help.
    In prosperous democratic countries it is important for young girls to plan for financial and emotional independence. A man in no longer a reliable financial plan.

    Also parents should plan to help their children achieve their life goals. The helping mod of child rearing creates empathic, creative, and independent adults.

    However many parents practise the abusive or authoritarian mode of child rearing, rather than the helping mode, and such children are wise to seek help outside the family.

    And you are right, we don't want to live without the help of others, so it is wise to cultivate our friends, join social groups, and attend therapy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    In prosperous democratic countries it is important for young girls to plan for financial and emotional independence. A man in no longer a reliable financial plan.

    Also parents should plan to help their children achieve their life goals. The helping mod of child rearing creates empathic, creative, and independent adults.

    However many parents practise the abusive or authoritarian mode of child rearing, rather than the helping mode, and such children are wise to seek help outside the family.

    And you are right, we don't want to live without the help of others, so it is wise to cultivate our friends, join social groups, and attend therapy.
    If we are to get political about countries, then I would say Abrahamic religions, Hinduism, and Buddhism should not influence those countries nor be acceptable in them if we are to allow females to have emotional and financial independence because those types of religions put girls and women at a lower position of power, independence, and protection from sexual predators according to the religious scriptures in those religions I mentioned. Abrahamic religions, Hinduism, and Buddhism are not feministic. They are sexist, misogynistic, and patriarchal because they were created by humans that gave people a false sense of security to try to make sense of their reality, especially in times of war and dealing with patriarchally oppressive rulers and kings that “justified” raping women, causing their monstrous power-hungry wars, pillaging, etc. through patriarchal religion. As a female, I am not safe around Abrahamic religions, Hinduism, and Buddhism. They were not created to protect me but to “justify” what those evil, sociopathic, and psychopathic men did to get their power in the past.

    Let me give you a quote about power:

    “Power is always dangerous. It attracts the worst and corrupts the best. I never asked for power. Power is only given to those who are prepared to lower themselves to pick it up.” – Ragnar Lothbrok from the Vikings T.V. Show

    There is solid truth in that quote.

    Besides that, the reason why children deal with abusive parents is because of the abusive culture they live in that makes adults become unstable, cruel, and toxic from an abusive culture of alcoholism in Ireland, drug addiction in Mexico, too much greed in the U.S., trafficking in Thailand, politicians toxically bullying people enough that the suicide rate increases in Japan, women being blackmailed by their male employers telling them they will be fired if they become pregnant in Germany, and females having a harder time fighting against the male sexual predators in Africa because of how the governments work against females in Africa. People in Africa are intentionally uneducated, subjugated in religion, and dying more quickly than other people in more developed countries because Africans are being cheated by elite country rulers who are keeping them dumbed down to keep the Africans as puppets for money by taking away their resources like gold, diamonds, etc.

    You wonder why children have a harder time being rational and decent in society, don't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinedowness View Post
    If we are to get political about countries, then I would say Abrahamic religions, Hinduism, and Buddhism should not influence those countries nor be acceptable in them if we are to allow females to have emotional and financial independence because those types of religions put girls and women at a lower position of power, independence, and protection from sexual predators according to the religious scriptures in those religions I mentioned. Abrahamic religions, Hinduism, and Buddhism are not feministic. They are sexist, misogynistic, and patriarchal because they were created by humans that gave people a false sense of security to try to make sense of their reality, especially in times of war and dealing with patriarchally oppressive rulers and kings that "justified" raping women, causing their monstrous power-hungry wars, pillaging, etc. through patriarchal religion. As a female, I am not safe around Abrahamic religions, Hinduism, and Buddhism. They were not created to protect me but to "justify" what those evil, sociopathic, and psychopathic men did to get their power in the past. Let me give you a quote about power: "Power is always dangerous. It attracts the worst and corrupts the best. I never asked for power. Power is only given to those who are prepared to lower themselves to pick it up." – Ragnar Lothbrok from the Vikings T.V. Show There is solid truth in that quote. Besides that, the reason why children deal with abusive parents is because of the abusive culture they live in that makes adults become unstable, cruel, and toxic from an abusive culture of alcoholism in Ireland, drug addiction in Mexico, too much greed in the U.S., trafficking in Thailand, politicians toxically bullying people enough that the suicide rate increases in Japan, women being blackmailed by their male employers telling them they will be fired if they become pregnant in Germany, and females having a harder time fighting against the male sexual predators in Africa because of how the governments work against females in Africa. People in Africa are intentionally uneducated, subjugated in religion, and dying more quickly than other people in more developed countries because Africans are being cheated by elite country rulers who are keeping them dumbed down to keep the Africans as puppets for money by taking away their resources like gold, diamonds, etc. You wonder why children have a harder time being rational and decent in society, don't you?
    Yes, our very own guru, Carl Jung, sexually abused his female patients, yet he is our raison d'etre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Yes, our very own guru, Carl Jung, sexually abused his female patients
    But Mariah said love takes time.
    Let it rip.

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