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  1. Until the age of 17-19, I felt that I needed to do something so approved and I wanted to be a doctor. By the time I was 23, I realized that I didn't care about the respect of outsiders, and my relatives didn't value my profession in me. By the time I was 30, I had finally decided on my priorities – I was my main value, then my loved ones, and all we needed to be happy with them was to get enough money for our modest needs, working as little as possible. Ideally, without working at all, receiving dividends from what has already been created .

    Well, my needs have never changed. A cozy well-equipped mink and the opportunity to communicate with the world and satisfy curiosity.

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