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Letter to the Editor : The Importance of Redistributing Wealth Featured


Redistributing wealth is akin to redistributing water. Consider what happens to water when it remains stagnant and confined to one place: it becomes dirty, stagnant, and polluted. Conversely, when water flows freely in multiple directions, it stays clean and fresh and sustains life, nourishing the creatures and plants around it.

The redistribution of wealth works similarly. Hoarding wealth primarily benefits only the individual and fails to maximize its potential to uplift society. When money is concentrated in one place, it is not efficiently used to help everyone reach their potential and flourish.

If the wealthy distribute their resources through taxes or philanthropy, they can sustain entire communities, just as flowing water sustains life. This movement of wealth ensures that more people can thrive and contribute to a healthier, more vibrant society.


Alex Sangha MSM

Social worker, counsellor, and documentary film producer

Delta, BC


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