(Continued from the “Revolution Of The 21st Century: Rich Man, Poor Man”)
Once, wealth and nobility were very much respected. Commoners were happy to cater to the rich to get the leftovers from their table. The very closeness to the “great man” was seen as a huge honor.
However, eventually, servility faded, and people began to ask another question, “Why can we not occupy the same position? Why do they have, and we do not?”
From this it is a short distance to revolution when the poor rob the rich, often killing them or trying to change places with them. Ultimately, this brought about a myriad of troubles and problems.
I do not think that such” initiatives” ever achieved success. Every revolution later devours itself and promotes not those who strive for high ideals but completely different people who come and reap all the fruits for their own interest.
It happened in the days of the French Revolution. It happened in Spain, in Russia, and in many other countries. All of humanity goes through this process.
From KabTV’s “A New Life” 5/14/15