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Wealth power and fame can provide extravagance such as trips to tropical islands lying under the sun basking in the shade Men wear navy blue pinstriped suits with silver ties and comfortable luxury cars to drive home after a long day at the office Wealth can buy myriad material goods in life that a person wants but it doesnt buy one of the most important things in life love- an untouchable that cannot be bought an untouchable that can only be created through relationships and care between families friends and lovers Love is the one pure unsoiled element in life that cannot be tarnished In the homes of those less fortunate and in the cold damp streets where people have no homes love can still be found deep in the warm hearts souls of the people Love is the harbinger of hope the messenger of togetherness and family Love is something that cannot be bought It only becomes abundant over a period of time between two people I believe a perfect quote that defines the phrase Money cant buy me love is found in the song by John Lennon and Paul McCartney Cant Buy my love I may not have a lot to give but what I got Ill give to you because I dont care too much for money because money cant buy me love With fortune Jay Gatsby lures Daisy into his world with his charm mysteriousness of his motives and the thrill of mingling with an ex-lover Motivated by Daisys saying Rich girls dont marry poor boys Gatsby uses several tactics to obtain a permanent place in her heart His heart is full of love for her and he believes that she is in love with him Gatsby uses his resources of money and luxurious lifestyle to reel Daisy in like a fish but he never could get her full heart In a time of corruption and in the rich suburbs of
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