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To borrow means to take and use something that belongs to somebody else and return it to them at a later timeBut is this as clear as its presented in the dictionary Does this action lead to unpleasurable consequences Borrowing is a doomed cause It ends with its beginning like a closed circle and never lets you go away It grabs you with its tentacles until it completely tears you to pieces like a fierce beast and then leaves you to the vultures and jackals People borrow things and money especially when they are in need But this need is caused in most of the cases by persons laziness and foolishness If the individual is ambitious and clever enough he will never sink in the mud puddle of need If he is smart enough to limit himself and determine his needs to his abilities Even if you borrow with a good will in mind an idea what guarantees that you will be able to return what had been lent to you Then you will have to borrow again and again andexcept if you take your life in your hands and manage with the situation by yourself doing what is necessary But now appears the question - if you are able to earn and do things without any help why did you have to borrow before The answer is simple - people dont like to work dont like to give any of their energy and because of this laziness they pay it double after definite time It is the same with the homework I was too tired to writeand on the other day I had to write it ten times plus the homework given for the new day Borrowing makes our lives unfortunate but we are the one who borrow so we are the main cause for this sorrow A moment of relief fills our minds when by borrowing we manage with the todays bad event
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