Bonded labour- Scarcity mentality and Abundance mentalityHave you heard about bonded labour? It's a kind of scarcity mentality, opposite of an abundance mentality. Believe it or not, we have always learned to help in a way that actually enables an individual to become independent, self-reliant and free.
A rich person lends money to a poor man in his moment of need. In return, the borrower has to spend months and years working at very low daily wages to pay back the loan and it's interest. Here, his loan is doubled- Capital + interest. Do you consider this as a help and charity? No, this isn't. This kind of help is only to make the poor a slave forever. Don't consider this as a help, donation, charity or giving alms. This is simply plain stealing from people who are already poor.
On the contrary, some people render help without any expectations in return. These people actually refer to an abundance mentality. They have self confidence and are pretty sure of what they have and what they can do. These are the people who encourages, appreciates and wish all the success to others.
I have an Aunty, whom I met way back in 2012. She has been more generous than all the others. It is not because a person is poor or good that we help him; we help him because he needs help. She helped me a lot. She has been supporting me with food, clothes, computer, education and profession. She believes that she didn't do anything to help but she did it for humanity.
On the contrary, some rich people believe that giving makes people lazy. Is that true? I believe that it is not the amount we give that matters the most. There are many instances which one might have had encountered like, some people donate for publicity while there are others who are really generous but prefer to remain anonymous.
Here my point is, a person's need for dignity is greater than his need for food.
Any suggestions, opinions, and further debates will be appreciated.