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Clever Art Underscores Our Need To Want Less

These playful but telling Need to Want illustrated comparisons come to us from

“When I was 8 I wanted a puppy. When I was 10 I wanted parachute pants. When I was 12 I wanted an Ogilvie perm. When I was 14 I wanted a boy named Robbie. When I was 16 I wanted a car. When I was in my 20’s I wanted to make bad choices. Now I want everything. I only need enough to survive!”



















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