Sunday, October 31, 2010

The money multitude

Why money is considered so good?
It is convertible in any form. It comes with transferability. It is secular. It is a measurable quantity for intelligence and success. It can be convertible in any form – Love, sex, health, happiness, education, intelligence, security, respect, and much more. These are some of the many effects of money which makes it matchless to any other form of anything.
Let’s take an example of some guy whom you met. He is wearing a torn Tee shirt and a shabby pair of denim. You take him to be some guy. He is with a good friend of yours. You three discuss some issue and the ‘some-guy’ says something which is an observation. You take it to be something totally off the charts. And you assume he is invisible. Later your friend introduces you to the ‘some guy’ and tells you that he is the one who sold an online business for 50 million dollars and is working on a book. Your perception changes that instant. You think he is an intellectual too occupied to take care of his clothes. He says words which become gospel truths for you. If you don’t understand what he is saying you blame yourself for it? So you see how money is omnipotent, omnipresent.

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