Question: Money is the equivalent of the value of goods and services. For the past 200 to 300 years, people have been fighting for equality, including in wages.
Yet, how can we talk about equality if we do not know the initial qualities of a person? After all, the amount of effort per hour of work for each person is different. Does it mean that there can be no economic equality?
Answer: It does not matter. We separate what a person should give to society from what one should receive from society, and we do not place any connection between them.
What I can give to society depends on the education I receive: I am ashamed to give less. What I receive from society depends on the fact that I am a person who exists in this world and I need to get a certain number of benefits, which I use and can exist and realize myself.
Today, the world has already come to the point where, if we wanted to, we could give this to practically everyone.
Question: How long will it take for a person to change the paradigm of their life?
Answer: This depends on the widespread dissemination of the correct education. If there is a society around that will do this and live like this, then people, especially the younger generation, will understand that this is the atmosphere we should exist in.
We will come to it as a result of education, from a sense of necessity, and not because we have to suppress ourselves.
From KabTV’s “The Post-Coronavirus Era” 6/4/20