I won't critique the entire article, but I'll say that this first bit is unnecessarily wordy. It seems like some of your ideas are repeated; maybe it could probably be cut down a bit:Originally Posted by LoRalay
Who doesn't need money to meet the needs of everyday life? Whether it's for the necessities, such as food and shelter, or the so-called luxury items, money has the capacity to make us feel content and secure. So how does one survive without sufficient financial resources? Were Mom and Dad wrong - can money buy happiness after all?
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