We all live in the world of materialism. Today we have all the materialistic things around us. These things include all things like the car, our homes and our materialistic possessions. The humans have become greedy for this purpose. They want to gain everything in their life and for that they use different kind of means. They want to get income and earn profits through hook and crook. This greed for the money has put the man away from his religion and has forced him to do in human activities. If we look today around in our life we will see many injustices. These injustices has made our society very difficult to live in. no doubt there are many organizations that re working to stop this in justice practices but the amount of NGO is like the example of might in cheese. We all need to stand up against these cruel and injustice practices so that we may this world a better place for our next generations to come.
Being materialistic is not that much bad. But it all depends upon the extent to which you are bad. To get a good car and good house is the dream for everyone. Some like to have big houses and some like to have small houses. Some like to make a big garage for his cars while some likes it cozy. They feel more secure in small houses rather than a big house. There are two things that exist in our nature one are called necessity and the other is called the greed. Let’s explain this with the example of the house. A person lives in an exotic house with a big lawn, swimming pool and a spa. He has got all the basic facilities of life in his house but still he wants to get more from his life. He wants to acquire more property and wants to renovate the house after every year and for this he wants to get money from every possible source and he does not even thinks that it is right or wrong. This is greed. But on the other hand there is a person who lives in the small house and he wants to move in a big house where he and his family could live their lives in a good manner. That house is his necessity. So we should understand the thin line of difference between the necessity and the greed.