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Can everybody be rich? give your reason. can everybody be poor? give your reason?

Yes everybody can get rich. There are those who become super rich and some would be just rich enough to not worry about their future. Definitely too there would be those who are poor. 

In some countries, there aren't many opportunities and the problem with that is those talented in those country can't really excel in the different aspects which they would like to be. There isn't the opportunity to work and earn enough to invest and create wealth. For example, if someone was born in countries like Brunei which has a higher GDP as compared to many other countries. It is tax free, the oil is cheap and everyone gets to own a car easily with low interest payments and then government housing is available with low payments, just working and earn $ 500 bucks would be worth more than in many other countries.

There are some countries where the population is huge (I don't name any as this is known and may sound offensive) and so there is huge competition for jobs and many work long hours with low pay. The pay is low and yet the housing is expensive and everything around them is quite expensive. The person ends up not owning a house or any car and just being in the rat race for the rest of their lives. There are many people living like this. Then it is the day when they are to retire and they can't really retire properly. 

In rich countries, there are lots of opportunities yet high competition. It is the case for countries like Singapore, there are lot of graduates who end up working for a normal job where the competition is really high and only those who are competent can land high paying jobs. Everything is expensive but overall, because of the high per capita GDP per person, then everyone earns a high salary but it is easy to become obsolete as the competition is really really high.

Then there are those who I know who love to spend on things that they end up buying on impulse. What happens is that when they receive their salary, they usually buy expensive things. They buy new iphones, get the latest mouse and many more. They don't really like to invest their money or keep any money for investments. I guess, there are those who don't really read many books as they just live a comfortable life and just live pay check to pay check.

Getting wealthy is a choice and many choose to take the easy way out and enjoy a more relaxful life. It is often really difficult to save and invest and the person would rather buy things on impulse. 


NO. If everyone have one million dollars, and production of goods do not increase, we end up paying more for the same things.


As a matter of first importance, I don't see being rich as having more than others. I consider it as having solace, necessities, quality sustenance, clothing, shelter,however not necessarily in abundance.

Abundance to me could be a nuisance and can lessen our well-being. I additionally think that action that we in some cases call "work" is life enhancing itself....

A great numbers of people need to get things done, encounter things, they simply would prefer not to need to do them to the degree that they miss out on other different things and also experiences.

We have a lot of individuals on earth to fill our requirements for human work in a way that does not force on anybody. my concern is the point at which we don't really value what some people actually contribute enough and we value what some others do excessively...

Yet, at times it isn't that "we" value them excessively however that they value themselves excessively and on the grounds that what they have or what they do is a critical need they get more pay for it. Or then again it has been fixed where we have no power over what they get.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, regularly those people huge commitments to the general prosperity of the populace are neglected and underestimated.

This is an issue of observation that causes these disparities. Everybody ought to have the capacity to have a way of life that does not force pointless hardship and accommodates a situation that encourages the opportunity to feel content. This, I accept, is totally conceivable. With a change to esteeming quality items that can last an all-encompassing timeframe we would invest more energy making them maybe yet it would not be important to supplant them and dispose of into the landfill the past one.

More administrations add to the personal satisfaction also. Quality would go far in taking care of a large number of our issues. It is conceivable to make less waste. More relaxation time would upgrade our life with respect to kinship and family relations also.

Do we truly require so much rivalry? Wouldn't we be able to get more fulfillment from co-task and sympathy? I trust we can compliment each other with our gifts and capacities. Furthermore, that pay require not be status arranged. Neither does cash need to present status, as it truly has little to do with genuine worth of character.