I need your help to survive, but how much can you sacrifice?
(Reminder: I don’t have money because I can’t work. I can’t work because I have medical problems. I have medical problems because I don’t have the cure. I don’t have the cure because I don’t have money. Return to the beginning.)
If you sent me money each month, how would it affect your life?
If you were to spend an extra 47¢ each day, you would need to cancel Netflix and endure the humiliation of reading books.
If you send me 99¢ per day, you will only survive by eating ramen noodles and prostituting yourself. (Lawyers would be able to do this if not for the ramen noodle diet.)
You would be a fool to cancel your gym membership and exercise outside just to send me $1.93 per day because your reduced exercise will shorten your life expectancy and you might be struck by lightning while exercising outside.
Only the most noble and extraordinarily tough person would downgrade their Starbucks triple-shot blonde, grande, four-pump half-vanilla half-hazelnut, almond milk, extra hot macchiato ($8.12) to a venti drip coffee ($2.79).
Actually, $999.99 per month would be a burden for almost everyone.
How far will/can you go so I can survive this nightmare and I can return to helping other people?