posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 09:57 PM
reply to post by AthlonSavage
As in all things the answer is both yes and no. there are those that use their wealth in ways that are very harmful and there are others that due just
the opposite. Came across one person that was complaining that he was not getting rich while working on a custom yacht owned by a very wealthy man.
Yet he happily accepted the salary offered which was more than the majority of people make per month yet still complained.
Mostly it is a lack of understanding and also how the poor think of things vs the way the wealthy think. The poor say they can't while the wealthy
say they can, either way they are both right. People forget that they need to believe that they can do something in order to do it. I have told those
that wish to work with and for me, that I'm not interested in what you can't do, I'm only interested in what you can.
Remember, poor people say they can't and don't even try. The wealthy say they can and then go for it. In the words of Yoda; "Do or do not, there is
no try.". The poor then blame the wealthy for their plight in life instead of doing anything about it. As long as you play the victim you will never
have that which you can.
Is the poor's hatred justifiable, no it's not. Is it morally justifiable, once again no. If you want to play the victim you will receive a victims
recompense. Victims expect to be given something because life wasn't fair instead of doing something about it. 99.99% of the people in this world are
dealt a hand that sucks. Few will take what they have and go to make it better. It's easier to play the victim, race, gender etc card than going out
and making a better hand.
I will give you a fish and teach you how to fish but I will not fish for you, that's your part to do.
Human nature is such that people will sit on their arse and starve to death rather than get up and move to where they can live. It's just easier to
set and starve.