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Does growing wealth change human behavior?
The question is really straightforward, no strings attatched.
Of course I don't mean behavior as consumers. This is naturally different when one's purchase power increases. Rather, I ask about human soul and interrelations.
For inspiration: "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy (book and/or movie)
And yes, let this be our reflection for Easter!
Also consider a new idea: when wealth is deserved - people's characters dont change. They are corrupted only when they receive sth. undeserved.