Who Are the Unprosperous?
Three groups—the struggling middle class, working poor, and devastatingly poor—make up the unprosperous
The unprosperous lack the economic resources, financial earnings, community necessities, and personal enlightenment and liberties to live a comfortable and rewarding 21st-century life. They live a life of under self-sufficiency.
Take the United States, the richest country in the world, as just one example: over 60% of Americans are poor, and "the wealth of the top 1% of the [American] population is more than that of the bottom 90% of the population combined," as Ray Dalio, one of the richest men in the world, passionately brings to our attention. This dire situation, he warns, poses "existential threats to the United States."
The suffering of the vast majority globally is a disgrace on the entire human race, considering our intellectual capacity and economic capabilities today, and especially considering the astronomical wealth available in our economies.
- Struggling Middle Class
- Working Poor
- Devastatingly Poor