How would you live if the cash simply flowed in?

March 10, 2008 1:07am CST
Most of our life is a struggle to earn money. And then we spend whatever time is left out of trying to earn money on spending it on our and our loved one's happiness. We call this 'life.' Now, I wonder what life would have been like if the cash simply flowed in and there was no need to earn. Everybody had enough to spend. We would be able to buy whatever we wanted. How would we then live? Would life have been better? Would we be happier? Stress free? Would we be able to give plenty of quality time to our loved ones? How would we live? Got any answers? :) Cheers!
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@rposta07 (240)
• United States
10 Mar 08
Well, I dont think life would work that way. I mean, without having to earn money, there would be no motivation to go to work. If nobody went to work, then where would we be?!? there would be no McDonalds, no grocery stores, no gas stations. It would be really hard and we would have to fend for ourselves. That would definitely take away from time with our loved ones because we would have to farm, build our own houses, create our own goods. I just don't think that cash flow for everyone would work in our society, because not enough people would have motivation to work. Somw people do like to work, but there are plenty of lazy people and young people who wouldn't do it!
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