If I opened my doors to anyone in need, who would get in line? First, oh yes, would be the grifters. Money for nothing and nothing for free. Next, the rejected, for sure. Nobody wants them a second time around and so you got ’em and their bad behavior. At the end of the line slouch the young, they never grow old. Couch surfing without gratitude, rudely swaggering in and out, taking everything that can be carried out, returning nothing but calculated promises, and bitching about any impediments. You might think that my musings reflect a bad year with worse people. How about another year with the same type of people?
Why would I keep relationships with those who have rendered themselves useless? Think of it this way: If every home housed a homeless, homelessness would disappear from the headlines. If the destitute turned the wealthy into the impoverished, there goes the wealth gap. Greed was once again put solely into the hands of the desperate, there would be much less for the rich to covet. As for an individual purpose, it is hard to rationalize. But as remedy as to what is wrong with this society, country, and world, you should be able to see the merit. Take from well healed earners and give to undeserving slackers in order to make this a more sustainable world for all. What’s the first step?
This idea has to be law, sermon, and fact. From government to church to education make believers out of the moneyed populace or take money from them. They have no choice. Concern should be given to those who have been taken. A community that has level wealth has level fiscal health. The rapidity of decline in the upper class when grifters, misfits, and young start working in this world (to justify their new found welfare). Think of it. Getting less but paying more. Quality is no longer a requirement, it is only found in museums and historical documents. Showing up is optional. Trust is all but quaint. Lying is expected if not mandatory.