Sunday, October 02, 2005

I don't understand...

I don't understand...if people who run the world know that there are those who are dying and suffering either from disease, poverty or natural disasters - and if they know that the answer is more money - and if all they have to do is "make" (manufacture) more money to help those who need it, then why don't they just do that?

I don't understand.

Just "make" more money and distribute it.

6 comments:

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AJCrane said...

Here's my take. I think the reason the don't print mor emoney is because if there was too much money in the world, it would be worthless. Can you imagine money not being worth anything? It's only worth something if there isn't enough of it. But money is only worth something to the people who worship it. The thing is, you can't take it with you when you die. It still becomes worthless. I'd rather give something that's worth more than money. I'd rather give my friendship. There is an old saying, "Give a man a fish and you can feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for life." You've given that person your time, your knowledge, and your friendship, and that is worth A LOT more than what money can buy.

Alisa

Kelly J. Compeau said...

I discussed this very subject with an economist friend of mine, Herbie, and he said exactly what ajcrane said, above. Money's value comes from its rarity. If we just printed more and handed it out to all the poor people (including myself) then it would cause a rippling effect that would eventually make bread cost $12 a loaf and a pack of gum cost $6. This is what's happened in Japan, where you need several thousand yen to buy the most basic necessities.

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