We want more because we aspire for a better quality of life, and we do not want to worry about not having.But the real issue here is, will we stop desiring for more money if we have already fill our treasure chest to the brim and are already living the lifestyle we want?When I wake-up in the morning, I think of work. I work not to survive, but to make money, more money. In that sense, I am motivated by a desire to have more, by greed. While money tends to become the prime mover for almost everything we do today, it is nevertheless should not be regarded as god as some of us would.Although money is but the token representation that we use in buying and selling, it is a necessity. Obviously, it is our means for fending our needs, getting what we want. But, again, when we value money more than our family, friends, dignity, and spirituality we become enslaved by it. Instead of letting it serves us for our purpose, money becomes our god. This is evil, per se. .....Nowadays, banks and lenders lend money to financially broke or impecunious people so as to trap them into incurring debt and thus owing more money. Banks take the debt incurred by the poor borrowers and use it to pay the rich people who allow their money to incur interest, thus we have a situation of the poor becoming poorer, and the rich becoming richer; and yes, it is the poor who are making the rich richer when you understand the dynamics at play here.Greed might be one of the biggest flaws of the human race. We are never satisfied.We always want more. People kill for money because people have an insatiable lust for it.
I submit that money is not the root of all evil, it is the love of money that will cause that evil. Watch this incredible video which defines not the root of evil, but the root of money. Enjoy, and Live the Dream! . ...The true face of capitalism .....Capitalism has never come close to solving the problem of hunger. Instead global capitalism has generated a situation where hunger is mostly eliminated for a minority of very wealthy countries, and massive hunger exists for the vast majority of poor countries. One billion people go hungry every day under global capitalism, almost all live in the Third World. ..........The Balkans Chronicles -archives/written in Dutch and English /- http://szrzlj3.blogspot.nl/2012/05/balkans-chron.html