As a medium of exchange, money is most desired. Without money, one is incapacitated. Poverty is measured according to the level of income one can access. Under normal circumstances, cash receipts would benefit those deserving to be rewarded for work done. However, children and other people, under the guardianship of income-earners, can similarly benefit. This includes the crippled and the sick, under the care of the able income-earners.
Other than the free earners, there are six ways by which any person could receive money. Among those methods, only one; guarantees the peace of mind, and the stability of a nation. The rest should be considered hazardous. For our discussion, let us analyze the demerits, applicable to each of the under-listed methods, before settling on the workable one.
The first is a bank robbery. There is truth in that one could suddenly become rich, after having robbed a bank. When not caught, to account for such a crime, any person could be counted among the rich. This includes corrupt characters in government, where money could be accessed without the exchange consideration.
The risks are high, but the erosion of one’s dignity is the highest. That person cannot be comfortable with questions about his source of wealth. That person lives under the shadow of unexpected possibilities. He could be jailed for theft, ruining all his ambitions. But money obtained that way is also often spent recklessly.
A human being is described by his character, and not necessarily by his possessions. One may own various properties, but feel empty, as long as having dubiously obtained such wealth. Others may have committed murder, to obtain such wealth, serving to haunt their well-being. The spirits of such people can never be at peace.
Their offspring would be out of balance, with normal conditions of living. A country with such characters is accursed. More criminals get generated, normalizing the abnormal environment. There cannot be safe people in such a country. Whether the person dies early or lives longer, the effects would remain the same. The person dies without obtaining peace of mind.
None Supply deals
The second method of making money is by entering into contracts to supply products or services, which never materialize. The person receives money, promising to supply or provide services which never materialize. In Zimbabwe, many companies survive under such conditions. The victims are often tricked, as to be unable to redeem what would have been lost. Such dubious companies have a network of legal firms, serving to protect their nefarious activities.
This includes under-supplying or reducing product quality, in violation of agreements. The supplies are often covered in generalities, avoiding specifics that could facilitate litigation. Such dealers are experts in ensuring that the naïve clients cannot sue, in the event of being shortchanged. They prejudice the inexperienced victims, using this type of blatant corruption.