--Went to the store to buy a dozen eggs. There were no dozen crates left, so I bought the 18 egg crate instead of the usual 12. Came home. Accidentially dropped eggs. Exactly six of them broke and had to be thrown away. Now I am left with 12 eggs - the same 12 eggs that I originally went to the store for. What is the moral of this story? I really want to know.
Sometimes what we really want can be wrapped up or accompanied by other things we don't really think we need, seemingly having little to no perceived value. Sometimes we find that in order to get what we truly want we must sometimes take the "extra", good or bad
Massive wealth gap between ethnicities in the United States. The average black family has $5,677 in “wealth” as of 2009, with Hispanics slightly higher at $6,325. However, white households averaged $113,149, according to Taylor.