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Well, the problem is that life is structure. Unless you have a large family trust to bequest, your child will grow up and have to go to work. On time. Then have lunch. At a certain time. If they have children they have to go to school, on time, get picked up, on time.
I repeat, unless you have a large fortune (and I am suspecting that's exactly where you come from) these are good skills. Good luck, you;re going to need it.
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