One Causes The Other
One old law from Economics is called “Say’s Law,” from a guy named Say.
Basically, it says that production creates its own demand.
This is very DIFFERENT from the idea of building a better mousetrap and the world beating a path to your door.
Say’s law is a general law about large groups of people, not individuals.
It’s more or less how all societies come together.
People living way out in the sticks don’t have much to do.
So they tend to be attracted to city centers.
More ways to work, more things to spend their money on.
The more people are “producing” things, the more people are getting paid.
The more people are getting paid, the more those will want to buy stuff from others.
Everybody is both a producer and a consumer.
When we’re working, we’re producing.
When we are spending money, we are consuming.
There are tons of ways to earn a living.
There are tons of ways to earn money.
But making money brings up a lot of deep anxiety.
Money itself has a lot of built in anxiety.
So we tend to be “suckers” for any kind of get rich quick scheme.
If we can get rich quick, then we won’t have to worry about money.
At least that’s the fantasy.
To somehow get a HUGE sum of money, so we can never worry about anything again.
But that would be very, very boring.
Humans don’t like not having something to go after.
We are desire-acquiring organisms.
Even if there is no money involved, we NEED something to pursue that represents an increasing level of skill.
Something where we can look forward, and based on our recent past, have an expectation we will do BETTER than now.
Consider this idea to be a driving force of society since the dawn of time.
Since way back in the day when we stopped hunting, and started farming.
This is why there has always been better stuff being invented.
Everybody is participating in the “money game.”
Everybody wants to make more money.
So everybody keeps increasing their skills.
Building better and better stuff.
To get paid more and more.
To buy all that other stuff other people keep making.
This is the VIRTUOUS cycle of human kind.
So long as nobody is cheating, or scamming anybody, this is when you are “on purpose.”
You know you are “on purpose” when you’re making more and more money.
When other people are giving you more and more money in exchange for what are providing them.
The money game IS the life game.
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