That’s the question? Really? Is money the thing that’s keeping you from learning piano? Or is it lack of discipline and the fact we’d rather have a drink with our friends than sit in a room and practice. Money doesn’t buy skill.
Ok… Here’s my question(s)…
If money was no object, would you become an engineer? Because if money was no object I’d travel more, and I definitely would hope that someone would be an engineer, so there would be airplanes, or cars, or boats. However, that would need steel, so I hope someone would say that they’d love to be a miner. Oh, and all that water and resources to mine that steel and aluminum would create some serious waste and pollution, so I hope someone would really want to be in waste management, or environmental clean up. Who’s gonna buy the video games that my friends would make, because they would love to make video games, and play other ones, but those make waste, so do movies, music, etc… so again, I hope there are some kids out there that would love to be garbage collectors. They’d be really tired from all that lifting so, of course there will be some “healers.” Yet those video game designers would need some computers and those computers would need rare earth to make the microchips, oh… Back to that mining again… Who wants to work in a mine? Man I hope someone wants to work in a mine.
With all that traveling that I’m gonna do, I’m going to get sick, so I hope there are gonna be some doctors, and I hope there will be some school teachers, of course there will be. I’m gonna want my doctor to be educated but oh, us kids are dirty. Have you ever been to a school? I hope there are some school janitors… When I’m in India my parasite is going to be passed in the form of some serious diarrhea so I hope there is a young person that would really be passionate about Waste management…again theres that waste management thing again. If it’s really bad and the toilet clogs, I’m not fixing it because I’m afraid of my own poop, especially if it’s full of worms. If money was no object I’ve yet to hear someone say, “I’d be a plumber, and fix shitters all over the world.”
Is your question is that of a privileged disconnection from the ecosystem of the world? Many of the duties of clean up would be shared, so the janitors may also be the kids and the teachers, yes… But the big stuff? How about:
If money was no object? We’d be fighting for plumbers, waste management, and miners, then our currency would be people… If you need 20 bux just ask.
What would you do if you had discipline?
I come to you as a loving optimist. That’s about it.