Wealth is kind of accumulation (or, appropriation) in plenty earned by unlawful looting (law is taken for granted here) of others' produces which is reproduced as one's wealth - wealth is never one's own earning, and constitutional laws give it its full surety and security. if you have plenty of wealth, you are wealthy, you gain access to power and you are powerful to reckon with.When you are powerful, you mean to be politically powerful.That means you have the power to power over and rule over the entirepopulation living under the dire duress of economic and political discriminationa domination - so long as this persists, the wealthy scums of the society will remain wealthier, the heinous corrupted and criminals to the core will go on ruling as ever over underprivileged lot who are poor as usual and would become more and more poorer.
Economics is a subject of corny hoaxes and foxes. What do it actually does? What have itactually done so far? The so-called elitist economists have written tomes of meta-physical theories to alleviate and eradicate poverty, they gave gained name and fame, also Nobel Prizes, but poverty has remained poverty with overflowing discrimination and domination. This kind of elitist economists have always tried to tender a cosmetic changes to the intricate problem so as to poverty look like consummate to the macroscopic eye, and thus they tend to play into the hands of power that be.
It is high time they stop thinking of the poor people and their consuming poverty.
Yes, study of life is the study of everything around. No religion can match this idea. Is so-called religion of any caste and creed really needed for us? Does its practices make any sense at all. I am irreligious all the way and it does not cost me anything, and I practice life religiously through ample living with honesty and integrity. I only feel depressed when I look around the sinister world. Life is not to consume but to enjoy as per one's aesthetical and ethical tastes, isn't it? What the heck ritual and practicing religion is? It just dehumanizes, it just plays a havoc into one's self-confidence and convictions - my lived experiences say so. And last but not the least, religion puts paid to one's universal self.