A quote about money:
”It establishes the now. It is the energy within which the present moment of the human functions. It is the energy which determines which direction the present moment will take. It is the energy that determines what choices will be made. It is the energy that determines who will be in power. It is the energy that determines who will live and die. It is for all practical purposes, the ‘God of Man’.” – Bernard Poolman
We were eating in a restaurant in Dallas when a man sitting in another table started talking aloud as he was telling his friends that he’s a pimp – taking care of women who work for him as prostitutes. We talked to him as he went to our table to tell us his story. In the end I talked to him about self–forgiveness. This guy does not like what he does but does it to earn money to survive. Prostitutes also do what they do in exchange for money.
Given a change in our monetary system from inequality to equality where we all have equal amounts of money to get the basic necessities we need to survive from birth to death, will the pimp and the prostitute still exist? No, they will cease to exist.
As we change the value we give money from survival to life, we can see that there will be changes in the way we live life. With equal amounts of money in our pocket every month, we will have more time for self–expression – more time in assisting others as ourselves, more time in looking at who we really are – one and equal as all that is here. Pornography being a side effect of capitalism will be gone as capitalism will be no more. Pornography being gone, prostitutes will be gone. Without prostitutes, pimps will cease to exist – so there will be no more pimps in an equal money system.