In order to end world hunger we need to rebuild Human society on Nature’s template
Question from the Internet:
“Why can’t more money ultimately end world hunger?”
Money is not the problem. Equal, fair distribution is the problem.
Since we are all born with an inherently self-serving, self-justifying, exploitative nature, we keep excessively consuming and accumulating profit and resources for ourselves way beyond our healthy, modern, Natural necessities.
This is not about abolishing wealth or the inherent differences, uniqueness between people. It is the self-destructive nature of succeeding, surviving at each other’s expense due to insatiable, excessive self-service that is the problem.
We need to rebuild Human society on methodically learned, practiced mutual responsibility, mutual guarantee we can learn from Nature’s system.
In closed, integral, living systems there is no bland equality, homogeneous sameness, there is extreme diversity in contribution and consumption according to roles, functions, abilities, conditions. But the differences, layering is withing the optimal parameters of balance, natural necessities and available resources.
It is on this template that we need to rebuild Human society upon and then in such a system everybody receives exactly what they need for their most optimal - but very different - contributions towards the collective.