View Single Post
Old 05-30-2012, 12:17 PM   #5
Staidhup
New User
 
Join Date: May 2012
Location: Reno
Posts: 40
Default

This is a good question, however, are we talking about the sacrifice a child made or that of his or her parents financial acumen? Who are we measuring here, and how can one draw a line between the two so that hard work is rewarded? From a broader perspective, then is it not right to conclude, based on the slant of this article, because a child comes from an accomplished family that child should not be granted a job based on the accomplishments of one's family and financial need? One can not buy an athletic scholarship, it takes talent, dedication, hard work, hart, and sacrifice. Having seen children from wealthy families live on the courts and hear their family members talk about potential professional carriers and college scholarships is some what amusing because the grind and sacrifice required comes from within, not one's bank account, and we all know money doesn't buy hart.
Staidhup is offline   Reply With Quote