What is the secret to longevity, and why do some people attain it while others don’t? Is it sheer luck, or are there some key factors at play here? Are we all born with the same potential to live a long and healthy life or is that determined solely by genetics? Interestingly, it seems as […]
rich people call poor people who work multiple jobs scrubbing toilets and floors lazy because they can’t comprehend a world in which they, personally, have money for no other reason than sheer luck. It’s easier for them to believe in a meritocratic society because then they don’t have to feel bad and make the decision between living with the guilt of the destruction they’re complicit with, or actually make a change and deconstructing everything they’ve ever learned.