After we did our paper bag folding in school, when we had to work by making paper bags, and earn 1 rupee every 10 or 15 bags, we all were very desperate, and people were working super paced and super fast, and people even got the idea of stealing from other people, to earn more money.
The results of our learning from this experience gave us an insight of our what life is really all about.
So I’ll start off on about how I learned about trying to live a hard life, and that people earn much less money from doing much more work then others. All of the expenses for our food, housing, tax, shelter, paper supplies (for earning money), needed to be paid a price, we needed to pay something in return for all of these stuff. People who work with this much pressure and this much physical work have much more work to actually do for just a fewer things, and people who have more wealth, can earn that amount of money, without doing as much. The world is unfair, is what people might say.
I also have found a feeling for the shop keepers, that when we sold stuff to them, they would be picky about the condition of our paperbags, and that we had to make it over again. From that, I learned that when you try to give someone something, so they give something to you in return, no matter what the expectations, you must be patient and give them the paperbags with no unsatisfactory.
From that again, I discovered that when we were selling paper-bags, I realized that no life is better than another, and that the shop-keepers needed money, or food, and housing, and shelter, and warmth, just like us. That they also needed paper bags to sell to their costumers, and so on. The way of life might be unfair, but our own lives will always be equal to each other.
I hope my thinking has shown you that there lots of people who have been working much harder, and longer, than other people, that they had worked even more than another person because they are less fortunate and need to work even harder to get what they want for themselves, and other people have more and work less for things too.