The morality of money
Let us clarify our moral position towards money.
- It is unfair to blame the egoism of an egotist on the money he or she possesses.
- It is unfair to blame any evil inflicted upon the undeserving on the money that enables it.
- It is unfair to blame the failure of the working on the profits he or she may have first aspired for.
- It is unfair to assume that money may not purchase happiness or love without knowledge of all of one’s recourses.
- It is unfair to conclude that money does not make the world go around irrespective of whether it may or may not.
- It is unfair to foist the status quo of the human condition upon the desire for money.
- It is unfair to include money into theocratic disciplines so as to justify its purpose in the hands of man, woman and/or child.
- It is unfair to exclude the institution of money from the successes of mankind.
- It is unfair to blame money whilst grieving the loss of money.
- It is unfair for any one man, woman and/or child to claim money is ephemeral.
- It is not wholly fair for all men, women and/or children to claim money is ephemeral.
- It is unfair to renounce money and, therefore, claim to have renounced materialism.
- It is unfair to hoist solely the blame of violating law upon money when it also facilitates the creation of law.
Wherefore the hungry hand recedes from the market upon the doorstep of which it has laid down a product of its skill, thereunto extends the healthy hand the money that stamps the seal of fair exchange.