We often find people still blaming their financial problems on cards, loans, banks, businesses, government. It looks like it’s a general disease, but it’s true. Over the years innumerable “accommodated” have been created, unable to assume the mistakes they make in life.
Throwing the consequences of their acts into excuses.
You may have probably heard that the problem with card debt is due to the abusive interest that banks charge, or is owed to many companies because their owners are capitalist parasites who want to take everything the people have. Or that in the past the government was helping the needy, and now all the government does is create taxes and steal the income of the needy.
This is all trite excuses used to escape a terrible reality: people unable to handle money. People who do not think about the future, spend everything they have to live momentary experiences and over time begin to find guilty for the life they lead.
How to cure this social disease?
There is only one way to end such a weed so that we can plant and reap the rewards of good decisions; The answer lies in financial education. Such knowledge needs to be disseminated so that our society becomes more concerned with the future and less concerned with momentary well-being. We need to stop living like spoiled brats who need their candy now, and look to the future wondering what we can do with our money in the medium and long term.
Financial education should be implemented in schools, businesses, colleges, churches, clubs, everywhere, in order to create an awareness that can first plan, then organize, and ultimately evaluate what is possible to consume without letting go. to prepare your “sock”. You have to think sustainably so you can enjoy the present and the future is not cloudy.