Is money really that bad?
First things first: we must be reasonable while discussing issues, we’ll have more issues if we indulge in too much romance when coping with reality.
Without resorting to fanciful or wishful thinking terminology, we must understand things as they actually are, in the end, we don’t live in a utopia.
We must admit that money is a very important aspect of people’s lives and that it is also a very negative thing, in fact, more than half of the world’s population drowns in troubles because of money.
The debts parents racked up while raising their kids, including health care, education, and other expenses, resulted in a significant portion of people having financial problems from birth.
Even if we acknowledge that each of these statements is accurate, society as a whole is starting to feel that money is a very harmful thing, we’ve learned that via our parents, teachers, religious discourses, and spiritual mentors.
Due to the impact of those who throughout their lives have not seen money favorably, we begin to have frustrating ideas about things at a young age and develop a negative attitude toward money.
Children often grow up despising money or feeling envious of or hostile toward those who possess it.
As a result, a generation with limited financial resources gives birth to a new generation.
It is time to break this cycle. We must eliminate this grave error.
The very existence of economic life on this planet depends on money.
Negative thinking is powerless to affect change without it.
Whether we like it or not, we must learn how to raise a generation that is able to comprehend the truth and, as a result, appreciates work, generates income, and spends it wisely, and how to correctly spend money or reinvest it.
Maher Asaad Baker
ماهر أسعد بكر