A Dichotomous Society

But is this what he wants for himself?

To have money?

One friend pointed out astutely that nowadays his words were peppered with finance-related jargons.

And he wasn't even consciously aware of that.

What does he want with money? For goodness sake, money isn't even real. It is an imaginary construct, one seeded from supposed necessity and watered by increasing complexity and technological advances. The world has money for it makes our lives easier; money is a common denomination for the exchange of goods and services. Yet, money loses its value all too readily.

And why does he want money?

The same reason why everyone else wants it, he supposes.

And what is that reason?

A silence.