It is absolutely impossible for me to survive without more help. Furthermore, it is absolutely impossible for me to heal and earn money without more support than the survival help. I have many years of evidence, however, that indicates I certainly will not get sufficient help to heal. And the trend for many years has been a steady decline in my ability to find survival support.
When I wasn’t too sick to fix their computer, people thought I was valuable. When I wasn’t too sick, tons of people asked me legal questions and thought I was valuable. If I were not sick, I would be able to do those things and more, and people would think I was valuable again. But because I am too sick to build my mother a website, I am not valuable to her. Because I have so many medical problems that I can’t give anything in return for support, I have no value to most people.
If all of the people I have helped sent me US$0.50 per month (after fees), I would have more than enough money to heal and recover. But that is not how our culture works. Unless I can do something now to deserve support, then I deserve the life I currently have.
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