posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 10:57 AM
It's what we do...
We label everyone, and everything we see, and we place it in a imaginary box.
Stereo types are the best example.
When you see a man with a dark skin color, dressed in a sweater with a hood, and baggy jeans which are mostly red.
In the US that man will be labeled gang member, and people will either start a fight ( because the red stands for an enemy gang ) or walk a big circle
around him, afraid that the man is a risk for others, and might cause problems.
The same guy will be labeled to be dressed to impress, some other place in the world.
That's why people judge you on what you look like to them. it's human nature to do so.
That people are so shallow to stay with their first impression, is another thing all together.
Unfortunately money is needed to buy food, but you can earn money by offering your services.
A scholar will have knowledge to bargain for his paycheck. A Baker has his profession, and he will offer the products he can make on demand, for his
To bad to many people want more and more, are selfish and greedy. When people are in need, others should help them out, when possible imo. Usually
the majority does not want to give up his 20 Dollar meal for a 15 dollar meal, so anyone without money to bye food, can eat for 5 Dollar.
While nobody will have a less nutritious, or smaller meal for 15 instead of 20 Dollars...
You can eat the same things, only it needs you to bye your products from another brand, that are cheaper and less familiar, but often it's even
produced in the same factory as any A-brand from the commercials.
When profits are made from the health or backs of others, I get pissed... Who doesn't ?
However sometimes stuff like health care insurance, will only pay for basic needs, because the insurance company is expected to pay for a whole bunch
of other treatments and drugs, only a few will need.
When you do get cancer that can be cured with a new very expensive treatment, you are happy that they will pay it for you, while someone else must
accept a cheaper treatment for his medical problem, which will work to, but without the extra's that another treatment would give, like a shorter
To offer people the more expensive option as well, they will provide extra care, or a higher amount of specialist visits ( Like a physio therapist )
for a higher price of course.
The situation above would be a result of an insurance company, trying to offer the best care affordable to provide for all people.
Prices asked by pharmaceutical companies for newly developed drugs or patented products are often so high that there is a need for a cure that will
only help a number of patients, so expensive, that cheaper options have to do, where many demand care. Drugs will be bought from other companies, that
also produce a substance, wrap it in a pill and sell it, but it's just a little different.
A new knee will be an old edition, because the latest edition was to expensive.
Every person or company will fight for their piece of the pie, most will take one as big as possible.
A lot of people only have some leftover crumbs, while others grabbed the whole pie which they don't even need.