Money. What is it Good For? by Grace Ncube

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What is the purpose of money? money_tree5

Does it buy the things we need?


Food, water, shelter, and comfort are necessities.

Does a forest not provide all of these things?

 

Does money make us happy?

People in our lives can bring us joy.

 

Does money bring us friends?

Your true friends should care nothing for your money,

bank account,

or credit scores.

 

How about success? Does salary equal success?

Isn’t success reaching your goals?

What does money have to do with that?

 

Will money buy you love?

Love is free to give and free to receive.

Even a puppy can love you.

Most dogs don’t make a cent!

 

What is the purpose of money?

Money equals convenience.

Buying is easier than making.

Purchasing is more simple than preparation.

 

DANGERS TO OUR WELL-BEING:

The elements of nature.

Sickness.

Lack of community.

Lack of support from friends and family.

Panic.

Fear.

Worry.

 

MONEY ACTS AS A BUFFER AGAINST THESE THINGS.

 

Money equals convenience.

 

When dangers come at us,

or even the thought of dangers,

or the fact that such dangers exist

 

we are able to use money as a convenience against dangers,

and against thoughts of possible danger.

Or against the spontaneity of danger.

 

Humans did not always use money.

Money evolved as a dependency of modern society.

 

Money is paper and metal.

Or rocks.

Money comes from the earth.

But money is not a necessity.

 

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