… said belonging is any of the following:
1.) Deathly expensive or irreplaceable (e.g. a laptop with all your family pictures or an antique book that’s only one out of five in the world)
2.) Of great personal significance (e.g. family heirloom, a reminder of your deceased loved one, or an engagement ring)
3.) Very important (e.g. access card, credit card, driver’s license, or passport)
Just thought I’d ask cuz despite how much we should not care about material wealth, sometimes there are other more emotional, personal, or even legal reasons as to why people cling on to their belongings. Should these be considered exceptional or something?