Opinion

Hardship is not for the Poor

Hardship implies the absence of food, shelter, clothes, and chances for work and education.

Hardship has actually grown quickly and we are left sticking in the hands of time waiting to be fed and nurtured.

Some say that hardship is an outcome of having bad management.

“Americans are blessed with great plenty; we are a generous people and we have a moral obligation to assist those who are suffering from poverty, disease, war, and famine.”  — Adam Schiff, U.S. representative

In order to have a good government, it ought to be run by good public officials.

If they perform their jobs defectively, our resources are impacted, the poor become poorer and our economy decreases.

Because hardship is on the upswing, we need a good government to recover all the financial shortages and political operations. If we do not have resources, investing would be difficult.

Hardship in nations is being determined by the quantity or worth of the goods and resources they produce. So, the lower resources and productions we have, the lower the opportunity for us. The lower the opportunities, the more likely we will sink deeper into financial obligations.

With hardship on the upswing every day, how do we increase our income? How do we invest or even compete in the world, let alone survive?.

How do we obtain important resources, support, and assistance in these crazy times of rising costs?.

Rural locations are generally our source for fisheries and greenery so these should be taken great care of first and foremost, keep it in-house or in our country.

The federal government must eliminate those political individuals who want to gain ranks and popularity.

Corruption consumes the nation’s financial investments.

No matter how high the financial investments, those out of work are impacting all of us.

Being poor or being born poor is not a sin.

If we wish to conquer the result of hardship, equal rights need to be practiced and not set the requirement of living as the basis of comparing life status.

“In a country well governed, poverty is something to be ashamed of. In a country badly governed, wealth is something to be ashamed of.”  — Confucius, Chinese teacher, and philosopher

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