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5-26-2007 @ 3:03PM
Many hard detractors set themselves in the spotlight with comments such as "not because I've had a hard life, I'll be doing something illegal". Hey, good for you, but don't get all high and mighty on the others. I truly think it's different if you've had deaths in the family, drug issues, awful treatment, some sort of disability or sickness in North America than in China. Some seem to state that they've had a hard life just because of the economical situation in certain Chinese provinces, but mind this: they're as human as you, and they've had to cope with bad stuff in the same manner as most people. And add the lack of opportunities there. So yes, life is hard, but that doesn't mean you have to go around the world thinking that you're morally superior because of what has happened to you.
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