By Richard Russell
I’ve been talking about the new world we are entering, and it will be nothing like the old world. In its early days, the US was an agrarian nation. Most of the country lived on farms. If you’re a farmer, there is no retirement. When you get too old to work, the kids take over.
In the new world, automation and mechanics will take over much of the work. As a result, the concept of retirement will come in. Retirement requires saving and the whole concept of investing will become more important. Eventually capitalism and growth will slowly fade out of the picture.
The world will become a more spiritual place and people will lose their desire for always having more. In the new spiritual world, people will be content with what they have, and commotion and aggression will die down. Wars will be a thing of the past and people will have ... Log in or subscribe to continue reading.