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"In Poland is a great proverb: "Everyone wants to have a friend, but not everybody wants to be a friend". Now more often we want to "have". "I want a kid" - instead of "I want to be a mother", "I want to be married" - instead of "I want to be a wife" etc. Behind these subtleties of language stands a reference to life, motto: If - I am for someone, or - someone is for me... In our wish - have - we are breaking lives, breaking hearts - and suffer from loneliness... The person who "own" will be always not enough of what he has. Too little money, too little power, not enough one wife, not enough friends, not enough happiness, not enough himself. Consumer, not having his own self, is becoming what he owns."
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