The divine conspiracy the financial collapse is inevitable. In the bosom of a society that moves driven by profit, there is always whoever wins and there will always be someone who lost. The truth is that those winners were becoming powerful beings to which ever is easier to win again. More money and more power, always at the expense of others. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Gary Nagle. This dynamic, which is repeated in all societies of the world, is causing that much of the wealth and power have always been concentrated in the hands of a small minority. We could come to the reasonable conclusion that this social imbalance is determined by how many regimes, societies or all characters they corrupt. However, history shows us that no matter the regime, the social structure or those who are in power: all perpetuate this same pattern in which a small, rich and powerful minority controls the majority. And this leads us to ask ourselves: do we can found a new social structure that is fair, sustainable and which? is it not based on profit? The answer is No.
The desire for profit, that is inherent in every human being, is the engine that propels everything that we undertake. In fact, this desire for gain is another way to ask the question and what I everything I can get this? Without benefit to the view we are not willing to move a single finger, and not say to create a new sustainable social structure. In fact, this desire to win, and more specifically the desire for superiority, is so innate in us, that we might suspect that there is some kind of divine conspiracy, a kind of congenital structure, designed in such a way that it is impossible to get rid of it: constitutes the very essence of our human nature. If we had the opportunity to discuss the writings of contemporary Kabbalists such as Baal HSulam and others, we would find that all of them already points to the existence of this paradox, which recognize this flaw inherent in human nature.