TENET OF VALUE and TRADE

TENET OF VALUE and TRADE

Things that cost nothing are worth nothing.

TENET OF VALUE and TRADE

Exercise and food preparation require time and effort to maintain a healthy body. A sharp mind is worth the hours spent studying and reading. Money is necessary to pay for many expenses, but it also provides everything on Earth with a numerical value that facilitates commerce.

Money is the tradable currency of knowledge and effort.

Money’s sole purpose is to place a numerical value upon knowledge and effort for the purpose of trade. A law student trades money to a school for the knowledge he requires for his career. The knowledge a lawyer gains from her teachers is traded for money, which in turn can be traded for other people’s knowledge and effort, even if they do not require the services of a lawyer.

Things of value are never free, for if they were free then they would be valueless.

Why not just give money to everybody who asks for it—infinite amounts of it—if the Illuminati have no need for profit? When our organization can afford to give copies of the Testaments to every citizen at no cost, why are they available for purchase?

Because it takes time and materials to build, a house is worth more than a handful of sand. Sand has little worth because it doesn’t require any skills, labour, or building materials.

Not only are the words of the Testaments valuable, but so are the trees that have to be cut down to make paper, the laborers who have to make the layouts, designs, and pictures, the ink needed for printing, and the delivery packages. Numerous human brains

Money means nothing to those who print it.