All the Good Days in God: Finance Religion

Friday, July 4, 2014

Finance Religion

God is a Parent to all humans. Parents are an endless source of support with an agenda to succeed through their Children. God, the creator, gave us life and a planet. Everything comes from God. Even in death, we spill blood on the ground. It is our life source and no one can consume our lives. It does not matter how much we borrow or our debts. We are exchanging our gifts from God between each other. We should not judge each other.

Parents are not God. They give and endless amount of time to raise Children. It is nice to give a gift and show appreciation. Respect is important. Even if paying all debts to our Parents, we decrease our bond that is protection against the wants and desires of other people. It is good to loan and also borrow. Strengthening bonds between people builds good relationship, yet only when people remember to be virtuous, merciful, understanding and proactive in sharing God's grace.

There is a magical or religious aspect to finance. We feel it when loaning or going into debt. It is a preference to loan, yet borrowing is important. Whether it is a blessing from God or a subconscious acknowledgment of surroundings and survival, there is a functionality to life and religion.

Some say you should accept life and choose to give or receive. There are people who manage everything. That is their job. They constantly give. The people who constantly take or benefit from other people's work should enjoy life without desire. Stars and fate can be altered.

This might be true. However, every person has a life and purpose. Activities helping everyone and building society should have acknowledgments. There are two methods of payment. There is debt through money and debt through service.

Someone wanted a chair. They saved money and gave the money to help someone. If the person borrowing money gives them a chair, they are not really even. The person loaning them money has a chair to sit on. It is not the same as the chair they wanted. The person loaning money feels burdened, yet not unloved. A person taking money without reciprocation does not care about the other person. This is shown when leaving them to live without.

People want to say life is different. They find methods to control people and only acknowledge dollar amounts. One used chair is a down payment to encourage happiness and saving money. The person in debt completes the transaction of paying for a new chair in order to pay debts.

The mathematical reality of modern finance does not account for these issues. A person loaning money has to suffer periodically while waiting for a return on an investment. Even with a chair, they must live through feeling pride in the people they help. It is better having what they want. A chair for chair is not sufficient. If waiting too long, the person loaning money saves enough money to buy a chair. Ergo, the debtor should pay the difference to be solvent. If paying the full amount, the debtor becomes the person loaning money. While believing debt is satisfied and the transaction is complete, it has changed the relationship of people performing a transaction.

Paraphrasing the Bible, "Those who are in Debt become Servants to those who they owe." There is also a mention of forgiving all debts after seven years. I do not believe debts are forgiven by God. I believe people enter into the arena of Angels and Demons. It is similar to theft. Knowing that someone is not good at paying debts, they become less likely to gain assistance in the future. A type of curse, they are less anonymous with critical concern for their mental and physical capacity to complete tasks.

It feels like Angels and Demons interfering with life. Sometimes, inadvertently, we tell other people about our failings. When people become disdainful, we feel someone is gossiping or trying to ruin our lives. Originally, it was a small, purposeful loan to organize life. Many years later, the loan did not improve life. They wasted opportunities.

They might be mean to people who help them. If I want someone to like me, it seems unproductive to make them hate me by giving them more money. I might feel they need to pay off debts; otherwise, they will have a bad life. It is not a judgment against them. It is a critical acknowledgment when making a decision. We can be Friends. I do not want to loan them money. I might be apprehensive when they want to borrow money. There is much less in life even though keeping the amount of money from the loan.

If wanting to pay back money, mercy is important. A Servant seems like they should not want vengeance. It seems illogical, yet needing a loan causes suspicion about a person's character. They might feel apathetic when unable to complete tasks or lacking an ability to pay debts. It might seems as though a few dollars make a difference. There are important obligations. Other people are more important. There is potential for verbal abuse. It is a challenge to understanding of life, that life is better relying on someone else until being able to pay debts.

The activity of paying debt is a reward. If you can pay $500 a month with a regular job, you have $500 a month to spend on other things for yourself after the debt is paid.

Knowing you become a stronger person, challenges are easier. Each challenge builds character. We want to have alliances with strong people. Keeping everything even, it is easy to live separate lives. We can take care of ourselves. We can have a good life. We do not need other people.

This is fine in theory. Real life and charts of successful businesses say something different. It is best to be in a constant changing of position with multiple people. It is called a merger or business partnership, yet it is an ongoing proving and reproving of goodwill and friendship.

A business needs a loan to make 1,000 coats. Coats have to be made three months before the season so people can buy them in the store. The business will pay back the money after selling coats. Even if using savings, they prove business intelligence and ability to be self sustaining. Although a Debtor, without coats, there is no rational means for making a profit.

The bank must pay Employees according to contracts. The Business Owner is a Debtor to the bank for 9 months. Coat Manufacturers are Debtors until the coats are made. A functional life exists between these phases. It might not be constant in a regular person's life. There are times to understand who we are in relation to other people.

A happy life is content with what God gives us. God gave us the Ten Commandments. Often an ethical method is not as clear. It does not have a relationship with our spirits. We must think and place actions into a logical order. This forethought or epiphany comes from understanding ourselves. We understand ourselves ultimately and are able to think or assume we know what people are thinking because of our thoughts. Finance does not seem like a spiritual event. It is a magical experience.

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