"You give until you’re completely hollow, and there is nothing left. Seeking someone, or something for a feeling that can only be authentically generated from within. You’re just trying to quench your thirst for love. Starving for completeness. The hunger gapes a hole to the pit of your heart. Wide open, ready, and willing for a feeling that doesn’t externally exist."
To answer your question as honestly as I can, I’ve wanted since I was very little to not have to worry about money. I’ve never been poverty-level poor (I mean, there’s been years where I’ve been officially beneath the poverty line, but that wasn’t poverty: that was being a student and living the Student Lifestyle), but I’ve been in a place where you know you can’t afford a better-quality food, where you can’t do certain things because of money, and I’d prefer not to have those problems if I can. I sort of have troubles with money in general, with how it determines so much of our lives but with how we all try to ignore it, but I would like to be (and stay) in a place where I can pick up some new comics and games and not worry about how much they cost.
This is terrible; you’re asking me where I want to be in the future, what I want my life to be like, and the only thing I can tell you is ‘Man, all I know is I don’t want to be POOR.’"