The world is made up of different people. Some are tall, some are small. Some are tolerant, some have no tolerance at all. Some people are kind, some are unkind. Some are humble, others may behave snobbishly, when they feel they’re a cut above the rest.
Those people tend to think their outlook, their job or their clothes are simply better than ours. The truth is that their outlook, their clothes and their jobs are no better than ours, they’re just different. Just because someone else’s views are different to ours, it doesn’t justify or give them the right to look down on us.
The irony is that people looking down on us, already feel inferior and behaving in a snobbish way is a facade to how they feel. I’m not sure why having money makes us think we’re better than others, but there does seem to be a correlation.
Those who go on to make money usually start out with very little and come from humble backgrounds. Not all people who become snobbish, start out rich. Money seems to change us. I’m not sure why people really can’t be kind and conciliatory and have money. There’s something about money and our changing personalities.
Without money we’re more grounded and humble. We’re more in tune with our roots. It’s important we don’t lose sight of our roots, because that’s the part of our life that keeps us focused on our beginnings, allowing us to stay grounded and less motivated by money.