The idea that wealth is something that comes from a “great amount of resources” such as money or land, has been the accepted one for centuries now and has always been used to justify the idea of wealth creation. What is wealth, anyway?
Wealth is anything which can serve as money (or can be used as money). This includes the original meaning as defined in the oldest of English words weal, which has its root in an Indo-European root weal. It also means the possession of material goods and the gain of them.
Today’s wealthy society is a very wealthy one, and that wealth is measured primarily by the value of property, goods, and investments. This can include both the physical and the intangible forms of wealth. Physical wealth is all that is tangible and recognizable, including buildings, cars, and other items used daily.
Intangible wealth, however, is far more important than physical wealth. That wealth includes knowledge and skills. Knowledge and skills are the key to living a life that is meaningful and fulfilling. Those who have developed these skills are usually financially well off, because they do not need the services of others in order to survive.
What is wealth anyway? It is the wealth of life experiences, both good and bad. Wealth can be described as a collection of experiences that are passed down from one generation to the next. Some people may not realize that they have some sort of wealth at all, while others may be able to see it as if it were their birthright.
Rich people often experience a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment because they have experienced a wealth of things that could have been taken for granted in their own lives. Those that are poor may be content with only some of the things they have in their lives.
Because of the many advantages of living in a wealthy society, it is no surprise that many people would like to earn money, even at their day jobs. But what is money, anyway?
Money is defined as a medium of exchange used in both purchasing and selling products. Although it can be a part of our everyday lives, it is most often thought of as a necessary evil when talking about money. But what about when we use it to buy things that will increase our life experiences?
So, is money really a necessary evil? Money can be thought of as a good thing that enhances your quality of life – provided that you know how to handle it wisely.