Apparently, a lot of people want to make a lot of money without asking "what it is?" or "why?" or "what for?". They just have to have it, have to get it and regardless of any understanding of their process. This type of identification with "money", is a slow motion panic. It is a symptom of credit cheapening the value of money and thereby hastening the urgency to get it so one can get something with it before it becomes worthless. The proverbial mouse on the wheel. Central bankers really know how to play their victims and practice psychological warfare at an extemely high level.
"If we take man as he is...we make him worse. But if we take him as he should be, we make him capable of becoming what he can be" - Goethe
Below is a video of a lecture by Viktor Frankl on the "Search for Meaning..."
Globalization and the End of the Labor Aristocracy, Part 3 - On the current structure of globalization and its implications for the distribution of income within and between countries.
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