Money As An Expression of Appreciation

When I was a child, I learned that you had to “pay” for everything.  Sometimes, you got a gift, which was free. I was also taught to say “Thank You” for the gift.  It didn’t matter whether you liked what you got or not, it was the thought of the giver.

Later, I learned that money was created as a means of exchange. Instead of hording blocks of gold, silver, diamonds or even shiny beads to exchange for blankets or things we needed, using coins or paper money made life easier.

Actually, it made life harder, but that’s for another post.

Robert meridia Scheinfeld came along and taught me that money was just another means of expressing appreciation.

It’s only one way to express appreciation.  A “thank you” is another and so it giving a gift. They are all expressions of appreciation.

It got me thinking. What if we woke up one day and money had disappeared? It simply didn’t exist. What would change?

Not much. We’d still have people opening restaurants and serving food, but we’d express appreciation in a different way.

We’d still have movies and moviemakers, amusement parks and clothing stores.

But you know what we wouldn’t have? We wouldn’t have any banks. There would be no need for them. They’d all have disappeared because their only product is money. No use for them. We’d have cheap clomid online no use for the middle man.

Any comments? I’d love to hear what you have to say about this.

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2 Responses to “Money As An Expression of Appreciation”

  1. Bottom line to every problem in existence is focused around money.
    If the masses could disconnect from the money game, those who are in control would lose their power & control over night. What do the Scriptures say about the love of money being the root of all evil?

  2. The truth is. We are in infinite abundance right here, right now, but we have fooled ourselves into believing the opposite.

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