There were two kinds of people living around our society. One that hoards, and one that gives. The one that hoards misses out on something very essential to his existence. Since his hand is not extended in giving, he is not in a position to receive. His is a pitiful and selfish existence, one that is lonely and has nothing except money.
The latter always gives, delights in giving…and never asks how little must I give, but rather how much I can give. He believes that it is indeed a privilege and a joy to give…It is good to have money and the things that money can buy, but it is also good to check once in a while and to make sure that we haven’t lost the things money cannot buy! Sharing and giving is indeed a virtue that can be passed on from generation to the next.
Reality check, people nowadays were quite fond of spending lots of money for what is not essential. They’d rather enjoy themselves by acquiring and possessing things – sad to say at times, money are hard to come by, thus they would be doing all things to get their hand on it.
Even electronically they’d try getting cash advances to pay for their whims and wants. At times, the sad thing is that – even their savings will be depleted because their wants are more than their income. At least, as of now due to advances on technology, the banking system became easier to manage, thus they can avail of the online services, which competing companies were now exploiting for more profits