What are the FAQ on wealth creation?
Wealth creation can also be referred to as financial freedom, financial independence, prosperity
There really is no way for an easy answer you have to figure what your financial questions are and what are the answers you need and are seeking. Most important answer though for anyone and everyone would to start savings accounts, emergency accounts, retirement accounts, remember that you never should stop learning learning about everything and anything may one day help you move up in the working world. Wealth creation is learning to live with what you got, not wanting more but being happy with what you have, giving to others that need it, no being selfish, learning to respect others, being honest may also help.
Discuss the trade-off between wealth creation and social harm? Which is more important?
The rich can live well anywhere. They can afford gated communities, hiring private armies, etc. They don’t care about the general welfare and hence social harm.
For the rest of the population, of what use is any wealth if the social fabric is so strained that you can’t feel safe?
Of course the difference is never just one decision, and the costs and benefits associated with any one decision may well seem so small as to be not worth worrying about.
Yet it is clear that the push to wealth creation has pushed the human population to beyond the carrying capacity of the Earth:
which means that a day of reckoning will be coming.
Some have argued that the original mistake was taking up agriculture.
What do you think will happen to wealth and job creation?
33 MIllion Americans do NOT pay taxes. Obama wants to increase that number to 66 million. Leaving the tax bill to the rest increasing the bill to higher tax payers to 140 billion dollars. The biggest Wealth redistribution in the History of America. You cannot make the Poor rich by making the Rich POOR.
“What do you think will happen to wealth and job creation?”
What job creation? There won’t be any. And you can thank NObama for that.
Is it fair to say Jesus was/is pro wealth creation?
spiritual wealth that is …
“For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath.” Mt. 25:29.
Yes. As the Parable of the Talents indicates, we are expected to invest what we have, whether material wealth or understanding of God’s plan, and develop new wealth and understanding.
For those who said that Jesus was against material wealth, he merely said it could be a distraction and a danger, but he told a number of parables likening the pursuit of God with seeking material gain–the Pearl of Great Price, the Treasure Buried in the Field, the Talents. It is only when a person becomes narrowly focused on money for its own sake that he begins to act foolishly, e.g., in building new barns for possessions that will never be used, rather than taking on the greater challenge of living the gospel.
As your quote shows, Jesus saw knowledge of and faith in the gospel, along with the attitudes and skills of living as a child of God, to be things that accumulate as they are sought and applied. If we do nothing with the gift of knowledge and love that comes from God, we lose it.
Why do Conservatives confuse distributing the ‘means of wealth creation’ with distributing ‘wealth’?
Every American has the potential to contribute enormously to the development and sustainability of the U.S. But, factors such as education & healthcare, play a massive role in how well they are able to do so. It only takes a fraction of a the U.S. GDP (less than it spends annually on war) to provide 2 things that will ensure that every citizen later has the knowledge and physical strength necessary to do so.
You are giving people a fishing lesson with these 2 things, you are not giving your fish
Exactly, a person who cannot get healthcare is a person who cannot work. A person who does not get a good primary education, and subsidized college education, is a person who is one less doctor, lawyer, and small business owner
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