What are all the things that we need in our life?
What you people consider important things in life?
Immense socioeconomic wealth- having the money to live a civilized, cultivated life w/o worry. With this wealth, there is socioeconomic freedom in which there are myriad choices in life, not to mention more than enough monies for savings, investments, & to provide future socioeconomic legacies for one's descendants. In conjunction w/that, a high, specialized level of education to insure a wealthy lifestyle. Without a high, specialized level of education, there is a VERY HIGH likelihood of socioeconomic struggle, even poverty.
by Scott S Bateman 8 weeks ago
In my experience, they are more than they are not. Science backs it up. Your thoughts?https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/spe … 503c1fe516
by Grace Marguerite Williams 24 months ago
When will people come to the realization that socioeconomic wealth is a good thing. Wealth means a better quality of life for one & one's family. It also grants more opportunities for one's children. It means greater access to superior medical care & nutrition. ...
by janesix 4 years ago
Why take more resources than you need to be comfortable? How many cars or jets or mansions is REALLY enough?Is it wrong to take more than your fair share?
by Phanti 3 years ago
"Wealth protects the rich; poverty destroys the poor." Proverbs 10:15What does this verse say to you, do you agree or disagree? Is this relevant in today's society? If so, what can be done about it?
by Amrita 2 years ago
Which is more important money or love? and why?
by Sooner28 6 years ago
"To say that "the worker has an interest in the rapid growth of capital", means only this: that the more speedily the worker augments the wealth of the capitalist, the larger will be the crumbs which fall to him, the greater will be the number of workers than can be called into...
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