Everything has a price and people have learnt to value things by how much they spent on them rather than how useful or how much they need it. It’s all for show, not for feel.
All these valueless possessions that fill our houses
with rubble are of no value from the moment they leave the retail shop.
We’re on consumerism mode and on autopilot. We buy everything we can afford and to look or feel better than someone else, whether they care or not.