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Bargain.

Bargain.

Ever bargained with a hawker? Saved on a rupee or two? Have you ever wondered what they would have done with those extra few rupees? Maybe bought a chocolate for their 2 year old, or would’ve eaten an extra chapaati, or maybe bought their daughter a pencil so that she could study. On the other hand, what did you get out of it? The satisfaction of being a top notch negotiator? Or does it save you enough money annually to take care of your popcorn expenses?

If you really have the nack of bargaining, please do it while buying a car or in the mall or when you go to a salon. Don’t do it with the needy, because it’s a one sided affair. They need you to buy, whatever little you have to offer.
I SINCERELY URGE EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU TO STOP BARGAINING WITH THE NEEDY.
Please spread the word and start with your house- your parents, siblings and other dear ones.
‘This little change of letting them keep the change will definitely change their lives and you won’t lose a lot in the bargain.’
I hope you don’t just like this, but ACT.
Rise.
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