People are all in a tizzy about inflation, GDP, investment returns, and the like. But the reality is none of it matters to the evolution of humanity. Finance, uncorrelated to improving human adaptability to nature’s entropy, is a house of cards imploding by virtue of its lacking humanitarian theory, in the words of Albert Einstein, that ought to determine what can be discovered.
Money is a manmade concept. Making money buys us the freedom that the unfreedom of freedom without paradoxical rules has taken away from us. Money is supposed to evoke trust in products and services rendered that ultimately improve society.
When money is detached from evolutionary value, money is like masturbation, serving merely your own sweet self. And serving your own sweet self may feel satisfying until you realize that the existence of humanity is predicated not on independence, but on the careful and deliberate collaboration of dependence.
A vibrant society works by pairing individual needs with collective needs, a direct correlation to Einstein’s theory of relativity. Money that does not serve our collective interests, when practiced incessantly, puts humanity on a diverging vector from human excellence and thus is a net negative to the future of humanity.