Published on Jul 14, 2015
In today’s modern society, money has become the main objective and the ulterior motive to basically everything. People are willing to waste their lives away doing something that they hate day in and day out, just for the sake of making money. Of course bills need to be paid and food needs to be bought, but the average individual is so consumed with thoughts and worries about money and all that it symbolizes, that it is literally making people sick and ruining relationships.
What’s interesting to note is that originally money was meant to flow through communities for the advantage of all who lived there; it was certainly not meant to be hoarded and esteemed above everything else. This habit in which everybody benefits when money is made can still be observed in many indigenous societies and rural communities. In fact, never before in history has money taken such center stage as it has in recent years and the more people focus on money, the more society suffers.
Just in the last 25 years there have been 187 financial crises and 96 banking crashes worldwide. The system has proven time and time again to be unstable and somewhat unpredictable. Something is terribly wrong with this design.