The opposite of this image of happiness is actually a state of mind that is completely secluded from any extreme amount of wealth or achievement. The Sisters meet an engaging dentist named Reginald Watts. Watts explains “without bitterness or remorse”(deWitt 24) how he failed to make a profit in any profession he tried. The man freezed Eli’s face when he needed teeth pulled and Charlie, grew interest in the painkillers and offers to buy the medicine. The man responds that the goal of money has not done anything for him except cause him to grow stressful. This man shows a glance of understanding the life of a man who works to support himself but has no wish for money or earning any kind of admired living.