If sonali doesn’t plan her spending and savings then she will be in debt. No one wants to be in debt because it leads to unnecessary pain and stress and also she will have to pay higher interest. Having a spending plan and savings one will help sonali to make sure she doesn’t more than her income and won’t get into debt. Having a spending plan means you can study where you spend your money and how much you’ve been left with. Having a spending plan also helps you judge your spending and savings you could study it and see if you can improve and reduce you spending.
This is hierarchy is created by the desire of talented and driven individuals to achieve their goals and in doing so to generate the money which allows our society to thrive and grow. Not all individuals have the drive or intelligence to become financially successful. Some people will remain poor and thus will not achieve the “American Dream”. To elaborate on why the American dream is destroying America I will state what is wrong with its socialist foundation. Socialism is the redistribution of wealth to those the government feels needs it.
Where this argument usually ends, however, is on the question of the “correct” way to value life in today's society. Whereas some are convinced that the end of life can be calculated mathematically with money, others maintain that the end of life is calculated by how much that person did for their community. “What Is Life Worth?”, authored by Amanda Ripley and published in TIME Magazine, questions “isn't it degrading to presume that money can make a family whole again? And what of the disparities? Is a poor man's life worth less than a rich man's?” Ripley is basically questioning how the courts ruling on compensation can value a person's life by what social class the person is in.
Collectivisation was introduced by Mao in 1958, in 1958 production rate of food was at 200 million tonnes, but by 1960 the production rate had fallen to 143.5 million. Within 2 years one of Mao’s own policies had caused a fall in production rate of 56.5 million. Despite the figures Mao insisted that many peasants were growing more food than necessary and keeping some for themselves, Mao accused the peasants of being ‘inherently capitalist’ and that they were against being a part of a communist state. The policy of collectivisation contributed hugely to the scale of the famine; the peasants resented the change as they didn’t have enough land to farm their crops, on top of this the authorities believed that they needed to be ‘strictly controlled and directed’. This attitude towards the peasants amplified the issues of collectivisation and caused scale of the famine to worsen.
She makes the argument sound trivial, when she says that education can be provided to each donor about their choices. She then goes on to ask: “Besides, how unfair is it to poor people if compensation enhances their quality of life?”(133). With this question she seems to dismiss the chance that a poor person might be exploited, as if it was nothing to worry about. She also mentions the distastefulness one might feel towards the business of selling and buying organs. She simply rebuts that one needs to have a better reason to not save a life than to just be ethically disgusted.
“But before going all local food, the local locavores must realize that British Columbia produces forty eight percent of all food its inhabitants consume. One out of every two locavores would have to starve.” Although there are some good reasons to become a locavore, The big picture is that the society would crumble. “they would produce an abundance of food, but because there are not enough people to consume it locally, the law of supply and demand tells us that the price of agriculture commodities would plummet, food would stay in storage and farmers would go out of business, while people in China, and in British Columbia, would suffer
The more common form of racism today is religious racism, such as the Muslims killing as many Jews and Christians as they can. Most of these terrible atrocities do not happen as much as they used to, such as in the 1950’s, but they still do exist, and The United States, as a nation, should strive to stop racism in all forms. A second, and equally important, societal issue in the book, A Raisin in the Sun, is poverty. Poverty affects us all. With today’s economy being as it is, people have a hard time finding jobs, or a place to live; some people even struggle to keep food on the table for their families.
However, others think that poorer should care their citizens themselves. In my opinion, I hefty agree the former idea. The important reason wealthy nations should furnish poorer nations with food and medicine is that it helps poorer nations to solve their social problems such as famine, diseases, crime, and illiteracy, which are killing their citizens of these countries secondly. Citizens of both wealthy nations and poorer nations are human being, so we can’t look at, hear of, or talk about people who lack food and medicine without compassion and sympathy. Therefore, I think that sharing food or medicine with poorer nations is not only a good deed but also a task.
In United States by the middle of the 20th century supermarkets have increased their business and small grocery store have went out of business. More supermarkets are located in wealthy neighborhoods as compared to low income neighborhoods. This system creates a shortage of food in low income areas or in other words creates food deserts. According to author Thomas food deserts are “area[s] where people do not have easy access to healthy, fresh food, particularly if they are poor and have limited mobility” (Thomas 20). People in this food desert area do not have proper transportation facility and they end up shopping at smaller grocery stores where they pay high costs for low quality products.
Another reason to mass produce food is that the food would be less expensive and more people could afford it. According to www.boston.com, the average income around the world is 7,000 dollars a year. There is only 19 percent of the world’s population that live in a country with an average income that high. The world has problems and there are solutions millions of people are starving and billions are not making close to enough money to support themselves or their families in a first or secant world country. Secondly, mass production has some major problems to mass producing food such as disease and how unhealthy it would be if you could only buy a little.