rich man needs it
poor man have it
if we eat it we will die
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Answer / c.v.keerthi
i think the answer is "NOTHING".Because a poor man has
NOTHING,and a rich man wants NOTHING.If we eat "nothing" i
mean if we dont eat anything we'll die isn't it?
so answer is NOTHING
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Answer / anbalagan
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Answer / kalyan
i think answer is love the rich is main concentrated money
they don't give preference to love like relation with
relatives and poor man already having so answer is love
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Answer / priya
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Answer / unknown
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Answer / vijay
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Answer / oliviya
uuum according to me i think it is happiness,like rich man
will have everything he needs he'l buy whatever he wants
but he wont have true happiness and peace and a poor man
wil have it though he may not have wealth like rich man
he'l earn the whole day and be happy and satisfird with
what he has but if a person does not have happiness and
peace in lyf dat is if we eat it sure we'll die without
happiness there is no lyf.happiness shuold b in lyf to each
n every person.
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