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Wanton desire gone public.
A reward for monetary
A monitored license
An escape from
labor's tedium to joyful acquisition.
endeavor that can become an obsession.
The more you do it the
more you think you need to do it.
Process of becoming
briefly obsessed during ‘search and find’ missions.
An expedient means for
inflating self-importance: Relishing the subservience of sales
A reason to travel to
exotic places where one dons self-inflicted blinders to diverse
A popular pastime that
helps develop life sustaining skills: Observation, quick
calculations, informed decisions.
- Perhaps the most
effective means for sharing and human accommodation.
- Perhaps we need
the change of pace, pulse and perception that shopping
- Perhaps without
the incentive of markets a society will become apathetic and
- Perhaps nothing
in the modern world brings so many people together as the
‘packaging’ and ‘hawking’ are the essential elements of
successful commerce; perhaps the world is united by brand
- Perhaps for many
a sense of power to ensnare and possess an object; perhaps
this choosing and clutching is the only ‘freedom’ many will
- Perhaps 10,000
people have ‘had a hand’ in your household belongings;
perhaps you should appreciate their labors and the
interdependence of earth’s inhabitants.
- Perhaps similar
to most of life's activities: The hope, the expectancy and
the searching are what we enjoy, even relish when we shop;
perhaps therefore we often delay the purchase, the
productivity throughout the world depends upon open markets;
perhaps prosperity is the incentive to obliterate
stultifying restraints; perhaps this can lead to a
legitimate expectation for a benign, sharing world.
- Perhaps most
males shop out of necessity not appreciating the variety:
Colors, shapes, possibilities; perhaps females are blessed
with an energetic proclivity for enjoying the seemingly
endless array of products human minds are capable of
ESSAY ON SHOPPING by EDWIN
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