I’m sure, almost everybody experiences this daily: deciding whether to buy something or not. It’s easy to buy if you have the money for that something. I think, it’s extremely valuable to be able to understand the motives behind such decision. It would be great to read and reflect upon this daily, special, and often dismissed as unimportant, neuron activity.
I expect it to be especially interesting to read why something has or hasn’t been bought, why should it have been otherwise, what is being achieved by the decision, and what could the alternative be. Feel free to reflect and improvise. Any buy-able thing would do – from products, to services or even lies. Consumerism must be analyzed.
Feedback is very welcome!
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