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Value on Non-living things becomes an issue..

Value on Non-living things

You ever wondered why we don't place values on ourselves or our friends?

A case brought foward for me a day last week brought me to fun yet pain...

A lady went to a super store to get some items and within a few minutes getting in, her friend who was with her, stumbled upon the high entrance and fell on the floor, and to my surprise every1 that was there all burst into laughter with just a few sayin sorry to her..but what caught my attention was what happened next..

As she laughed hard at her friends fall her Samsung Note 6 fell of her purse and everyone around her went mute and thrown into panic... My mind went blank as to why a Human will fall and people laugh , but next a Phone (Object) falls and people laught at it?

Any ideas pals, share with me please...

Comments are nice n I want them from you...



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Value on Non-living things becomes an issue..
Value on Non-living things
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