In fact, often times rich kids aren't very happy because it is incredibly hard for them to meet the standards set by their parents. They can do very well in life, and still feel like failures no matter how supportive their family is.
"Never fear. Him is here" - Captain Chaos (Dom DeLuise), Cannonball Run
Mace Windu: Then our worst fears have been realized. We must move quickly if the Jedi Order is to survive.
You are right that not ALL rich kids are handed fists of dollars everyday (some, and I've met them, are) but they are by no means uncomfortable. They also have many more opportunities than those born in the ghetto. I'm not saying that someone coming from a broken, impoverished home has NO chance of being a productive member of society and that someone coming from a well off stable family will be successful regardless. You're right in saying those kids aren't 10k a day rich for the most part. Most in the ghetto aren't either (anecdotal story about the 10k anyway) though.
Would you agree that someone selling drugs in the ghetto has a lot less to LOSE and a lot more to GAIN compared to a privileged child doing the same?
A lot less to lose sure. But not a lot more to gain.Would you agree that someone selling drugs in the ghetto has a lot less to LOSE and a lot more to GAIN compared to a privileged child doing the same?