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Q: Rich people become more rich and poor people become more poor. This is unjust.

A: This is justly. Because all of this is based on the Principle of Sowing and Reaping. Which declares: “You reap what you sow.” And: “For with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you.” Some people know this Principle, some not. And those who know — they behave accordingly. And those who are not — also. How many lives were saved by rich people because of their generosity? How many billions they invested in building hospitals, sponsoring orphanages, founding funds for supporting those who fighting for their lives with starvation… All of these their doings is nothing else as Sowing their money into good soil. Because life of human being is most important. And they reap their harvests coming to them from different sources in due times becoming more rich. Because as it says: “When you give to the poor, it is like lending to the Lord, and the Lord will pay you back.”

What about poor people? Poor people often poor not because they have no money, but they poor in their hearts. They don’t know the Principles. And their gene of Giving is sleeping with very deep lethargic dream. Until they wake up from this dreaming and know The Principles and start to practice them — they will fall in poverty deeper and deeper. How to break this bonds? To become generous. Despite the fact that they do not have much that can be given. The very great things usually starts from humble beginning. If they awake and start to practice The Principles — the situation with their finance matters will change.

Greed is the path to poverty.

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