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A manwoman is known by the fruits of hisher labor Although that statement seems straightforward to most it can be translated in many ways depending on what you consider the fruit and labor to be For some people the fruit refers to money The more money you have the more of a manwoman you are A priest or nun might consider the fruit to resemble love and they spend their lives entirely devoted to the love of humankind Lastly the fruit is thought to mean bad emotions or painful memories People driven by emotions or past memories tend to neither care for themselves or fellow manwoman What drives us be that money love or painful emotions will determine where our responsibilities to self or humankind lie Money is the key to happiness in life Believe it or not many people actually take that statement seriously Have you ever been jealous of someones financial success Of course you have and the sad part of it is a lot of people want you to feel that way Ecclesiastes 44 states I observed that the basic motive for success is the driving force of envy and jealousy People driven by money tend to forget about what is important in life Theyll lie cheat and steal just to reach their monetary goals not noticing that along the way theyve abandoned their families or backstabbed their friends to get there The sad thing is that they are never satisfied Take Donald Trump for instance He has more money than he knows what to do with and yet hes continually finding more ways to make more Arthur Schafer author of Morals in the Rat Race writes Can any society survive when its citizens are all engaged in a furious competition to carve up the spoils Obviously if money drives you then your duty is not to humankind it is to yourself The only thing good about humankind is their tendency to
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