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Young Brooklyn has everything a child can ask for, a big home and all the toys! Money has brought Brooklyn's entire family a good life. Although Brooklyn is not happy, because she has no friends.
I don't care about the money I want friends.
Brooklyn wanders the halls day to day wishing she had someone to play with. Sometimes, she asks her parents to play with, yet they are always too busy with work.
I feel so alone in this world, not a single person to play with.
MOM! DAD! You coming to dinner?
Most of the time, Brooklyn eats alone at the dinner table, not a soul to talk too.
MOM: Not tonight sorry honey. DAD: Sorry pumpkin I'm on a conference call.
Brooklyn loves to swim, but she's always in the pool alone. Playing pool games with herself, racing herself and relaxing next to the pool, by herself.
At the end of everyday, Brooklyn sits next to the tree by herself, dreading the next day.
The moral of this comic is the money doesn't always buy you happiness, most of the time you are happier hanging out with friends instead of getting a pay check or buying physical items.
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