If you just believe that suffering can make you happy

Sometimes in our life, and, out of our expectation, we will experience the thing that we don’t expect. How do we respon to it?

 

Some people tend to interprete it as a curse to their life, and they will respons negatively.

But, have you ever realize, that most of the time, the difficulties we face are only just the  beginning of a good thing that we will have in the future.

 

It need patiency, deep understanding to face whatever difficulties in front of us. Sometimes we need not to react to all those things. Just be patience, sincere.

 

It hard to believe that most of the time, in our life, things will be going better in its way. The problem is, we have not enough energy and faith to endure in suffering.

 

We need to learn and to believe that suffering we facing is only a kind of blessing that we don’t realize to be happening, in the future.

 

I believe, and I had been run to it. How about you? Do you believe that suffering can make you happy? If you just believe it!

 

Capitalism

Capitalism

Capitalism is the economic system many are already familiar with. The purpose of capitalism is to ensure that production occurs that maximizes profit and is characterized by competition against other producers within the system. The means of production are privately held.

 

 

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Socialism

Market Economy

Socialism

 

Socialism

Socialism is an economic system in which the means of production are held in common amongst members. There are many different types of socialism, and some types of socialism (communism, for example) are also political theories.

 

Market Economy

 

Market Economy

A market economy is an economy in which there is a strong division of labor (someone owns the restaurant, someone manages the restaurant, yet other people carry out the tasks of cooking and waiting tables); supply and demand is what allows individuals to set prices.

 

Supply and Demand

 

Supply and Demand

Associated with market economies and setting price points, supply is the number of goods or services produced and demand is the number of consumers wanting the goods or services. The higher the demand and the lower the supply, the more expensive an item will be whereas the higher the supply and the lower the demand, the lower the price.