Why do We put Prices on Everything?

— Why do We put a Price on Everything? —


pricesPrices are put on everything, as the main focus.

Freedom requires spilt blood, for it’s price.

The new prosthetics arm that moves and feels requires a price of over $100,000 for the prosthesis. It made me mad when the guy gave it an astronomical price, making the way for insurance company dollars.


Prices only Further our Love for Money


Our love for money is not being quelled, as it should be.

We admire it, and what we aspire to it.

We determine our successes, as what we make in our money status. When in reality we should be determining our failures instead.

Money is only paper, and can burn up with a match, or the digital viruses being applied to the banks records.

The frailty of a money world, and the control of the economic system is a tricky subject. The prices are determined, as worth it, or not worth it.

The overall importance is determined by the individual. Though there are many players that are playing to manipulate the outcomes.

A sickly existence if you ask me, but you’re not asking me, and I feel a need for saying it, or sit and watch the political leaders lead the world’s population over the edge in their waywardness.

The purpose of money is extremely distorted, rather than trade, it’s viewed for the stature and power, that it gives you. The priorities get shifted and move into oblivion.

I’m not spreading the fear, I’m trying to quell it.

It’s the individual’s choice, but by our choices, we all suffer the consequences.


Humankind is Worth Saving


I‘ve thought about it, and I wouldn’t want to run for the presidency…it ages everyone like climbing on a bullet train to old age…you’re there, before you’re ready to get there.


“Waste your money and you’re only out of money, but waste your time and you’ve lost a part of your life.”
— Michael Leboeuf


Below is a song, I put time into arranging copyright free loops, and I sang “No more copyrights” in frustration of egos gone wild… as soon as they grow fruit, they’re quickly swallowed…. no more sharing.

Well, I still believe in sharing with love… it’s the human virtue I still believe in saving.