I've often thought about what the world would be like without money. I find myself thinking about how the different kinds of people living in the world today seem to react the same way when they aspire to achieve wealth. They might not be the most admirable traits that money inspires in people but they are at least predictable traits. Some people are only civil in order to achieve their aspirations of wealth. Others are content with living peaceful lives and striving for a simple life for their families. Either way, whatever personality type a person has, they can all be unified by this desire for wealth as a way to keep them under control. If money had never been invented and personalities of all kinds were allowed to run rampit, do you think that the world would be filled with chaos and murder or do you think that such qualities might stem directly from the kinds of attitudes that money inspires on the human psyche? This is a question that requires some digging into the science of human nature. How we naturally are as a species and the way that the monetary system has influenced and altered that nature. Would we all be savages or would we actually be more advanced as a species without money? I believe that this question relates back to the origins of religion as well since the monetary system and religion seem to have originated at the same time.