~Henery David Thoreau
“Most men appear never to have considered what a house is, and are actually though needlessly poor all their lives because they think that they must have such a one as their neighbors have…”
All the time people are buying new thing and getting new toys. Half the time those thing are bought on an instinct, you see it, you want it, you buy it. That's how most people are now and a days they want things that they see. You would be surprised that if you wait just a day to see if you still want it, how often you no longer remember what it was or don't even think of it again. Sometimes you see something and you keep going back to it again and again. Then you buy it, eve though you still don't need it you buy it. The things that you do need are things like food and clothes and a way to get around so gas and a car, but we spend more money on the things we want than the things we need.