Why is it that we measure our value in how much money we can accumulate? If a person doesn't make any money then that person isn't worth anything to others, can't have a home, can't have food and clothes etc. What other values are there to life than the monetary? Can a persons life have value to you even if it doesn't bring you material benefits? I definitely think so. So how can we make life better for those who have chosen a lifestyle that doesn't generate money? If a person wants to devote a life to art for example, or philosophy, or any other area that is not immediately commercial but brings that person a meaning to life and spiritual satisfaction and brings the same to other people, but doesn't make enough money to pay the rent, should that person then bow down to the harsh reality of capitalism and get a money paying job and waste a lifetime on concentrating on paying bills instead of what that person really wants to do? I definitely don't think so. How can we change this system so that everybody can do what they want and still live a comfortable life? Or do you like it the way it is?