I’ve noticed peopled are suspicious of something that is free

I’ve noticed peopled are suspicious of something that is free

And think things that are cheap are no good

This isn’t a judgement

I am often the same

I do clairvoyant readings because I wish to help people

The same applies to my non fiction books.

Money isn’t my motivation

my Dad when he was in his 20’s

My attitude comes from my Dad.

Dad died in 2004

He was a man of integrity and principles:

He believed honesty and integrety to be more important than accumulating money

My daughter wrote the following when he died

“Dear Granddad, we miss you very much. You were so full of wisdom and always had a smile on your face. You took people for who they were and never had a bad word to say about anyone. You were the rock of our family, steady and strong. You taught us so much, and we are all better people for having known and loved you. You will always be in our hearts and memories. Love you forever your Granddaughter Kerry.”

If I was mean with money I would not be struggling to  buy food and pay bills now

I’ve known poverty

In my first marriage I would go without food so my children could eat.

(my first husband frequently quit his job

There was no social security back then.)

My Dad grew up on a farm in Yorkshire

Hence I love Monty Python’s Four Yorkshire men

As I find I have to rest often and have no TV at the moment

It died five weeks ago

I enjoy reading other peoples blogs


One Comment on “I’ve noticed peopled are suspicious of something that is free

  1. It’s sad that human society is like that – but it is true. Many/most humans probably believe they are here to make money (they seem to live that way).
    I’m suspicious about ‘free’ stuff – there is usually something lost… eventually.
    My feelings are also about overpriced items… it doesn’t necessarily mean the money is worth it.
    Again – money is worth a lot to people.

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