Goodbye to the Old Way of Doing Business!
In ancient times, the land of milk and honey was for everyone to enjoy. The tale of a princess who got stuck in an enchanted turret on her way to visit her grandma was a familiar story. With technology and innovation, the land of milk and honey has been priced out from experience for many people-especially those without enough capital to purchase what is now seen as necessary goods. The new way of doing business has the people who can afford goods and the services of others at the top, with everyone else underneath. As one of the wealthiest men in the United States, Warren Buffett, has said: “The class war will turn out all right. Rich people are going to win it.”1
The biggest seller of goods and services in the United States is Wal-Mart. The company’s founder, Sam Walton, has said: “I’m not a charitable person…I’ve been able to use my money more efficiently than if I would have given it away. I can do more for a dollar because I can make decisions quicker. I think I can make more decisions more quickly than other people.”2
This is not the gift of blessing from the lord, but a curse from the devil. Rich people have taken the wealth of others to cater to their own personal interests. As Jesus Christ once said: “It’s easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than a rich man to enter heaven.”3