Over centuries, wealth has become one of the main factors of controlling and influencing society. Individuals are continually viewing money as the root of all evil, but this is in fact inaccurate. Money can also be beneficial, however, it relies on the way one decides how to utilize it. Though with society viewing money as the key to the road of success, it has often guided people to fall into the trap of greed. Wealth can elicit the temptation and overpass greediness as well as overturn circumstances in order to become wealthier.
Read this article and find out about about two different ways of money addiction. Greediness. Of course, it is good to not be a shopoholic and not to waste money on nothing. But there is also an opposite side of this coin – it's an enormous greedyness. When people can fight for a very little money and they are ready even to lose relationships with other people because of it.
Every attempt to find success financially is thwarted or ends in ruin. Focusing on the actual money greedily can cause money to literally slip through our fingers. In order to bring true wealth and money into your life it is necessary to provide value to others. Finding a solution to a problem or helping others to make life easier is the path to true wealth. Creating wealth isn't really about money.
What is happiness? The term happy can be described as a sensational feeling we receive for many reasons. Having all the money in the world to buy whatever we want for either ourselves or someone else would be amazing right? There are some who claim that money is the root of all evil and that we do not need money for happiness, but only our friends, family, and pets. This is where the age-old question arises: Can Money buy happiness?
Capitalism polarizes a society economically: the very rich and the very poor. Capitalism creates large scale economic inequality which, in turn, can engender grievances among members of a society fueled by the haves and not haves. Capitalists argue that, open/free market provides the opportunity for anyone to freely compete and pursue their desired choices; however, the religious moral argument castigates the capitalist economic order mainly because of the moral implications for members of a society as a whole. Greed – natural or nurtured – obliges individuals to accumulate excessive wealth. These patterns can be clearly observed in the capitalist economic environment where persons with higher economic capital dominate persons with lower capital.
From experience, I can say that the most serious danger is that of falling in love with money, and what you can do and purchase with it. Money and wealth generate an appetite in some people that is never satisfied (greed). When your love of money surpasses you or becomes the object of your affection rather than merely a means to do what you need to get done, take care of what you need to take care of or help those in need, you become exposed to all sorts of wrongdoings and
Money also affects your mental and emotional state. Having too much or not enough can control your outlook on life. Money even has an effect on the environment. An interesting to note is that in actuality, a world without money can never exist. How does one pay for the services one is being rendered?
Finally, I believe that money alone does not make a person happy. If a person had no other reason for living than to make money it would make their life basically useless. For instance, many people who are rich can also be happy, however there are still some who let the thought of money control everything they do. This is because as soon as you begin to make a lot of money it is hard to stop and soon instead of doing things that make you happy, all you can think of is working to make more. This considered, however, many rich people are still very happy but not due to money.
A lot of people tend to be so confused when it comes to the difference of being rich and being wealthy. Maybe because they may sound very synonymous and they both mean someone who has a tons of money. Well, it might surprise you since they are actually pretty different. If you haven 't noticed, there are a lot of tips and tricks when it comes to being rich, but there are only quite a few when it comes to being wealthy. So here are some surprising differences between being rich and being wealthy.
Although money can create a better life for people with more resources and opportunity, it can have a negative effect when it is valued too highly. Our American wealth driven and materialistic culture inhibits the pursuit of happiness because it prioritizes wealth and material possessions, which are all external markers of success, at the cost of our character development. This ultimately makes us less satisfied with ourselves because no matter how much we posses we cannot expect to be happy if we are not at peace with ourselves. Happiness is much more than the fleeting feeling of joy or euphoria we experience when something goes well in our lives. This simplistic view of happiness would mean that happiness would be out of our reach for more than a few weeks at a time, thereby making us unable to provide any real sense of meaning to our lives.