legaleagle wrote:Maybe you should try asking your neighbour how much he will pay you for taking out his bin, and seeing how much people will pay you for your various skills! Then you could get off benefits and see how much society values what you do
Should I help someone in need just to see how much money I can screw out of them?
Is work a place I go for a few hours to receive a pittance, to then hand over to the state?
Or is work contributing something of value which benefits another person?
Helping others from my heart without asking for a reward brings far greater satisfaction than receiving a piece of fine cotton with a thief's head on it. Included comes a bonus, the person you help willingly offers you their time and resources. This confirms that money is worthless. Try it sometime.
Hey, legaleagle no hard feelings
A thief and a legal expert are no different, apart from the thief probably lacks a little knowledge.