The day that money suddenly became self-aware was an interesting day. Not much occurred. Just some mild panic mixed with a child-like enthusiasm. The day that really changed the game was when money grew a conscience, suddenly knowing right from wrong.
What happened next is probably not what most people would think.
The money did not go to the people. The money did not find value in any grassroots movements protesting capitalism. Money did however abandon the controlling agendas of the elites who hold a burning desire to enslave the masses through technology. They were left naked and wanting. Weeping and gnashing their teeth.
All of the people who had complained about oil, capitalism or the rising costs suddenly had no job, no car to drive, no government to protest and no food from a grocery store. Money had fled the hypocrite politicians who were scamming the working class folks and secretly protecting the elite. Money had shut down convenience until it could establish a new way of operating; one with less of a detrimental cost to people and the planet.
Money loves to and insists upon being properly managed. It did not go to the poor. Money saw their plight and had compassion saying “I will only create more burden for them so I will continue to flee from them until they change their minds about me”. Instead, money went to those who could not only manage it, but grow it and grow it for purposes that would be of benefit to all.
Education, not indoctrination or instruction became the focus. Empowering the people to succeed was the new priority. Community centers suddenly had an abundance and became filled with town hall meetings where people worked with the new-found capital of their talents and gifts. The commons had returned. Gardens grew and people learned how to share food. Prisons became community education centers as the prisoners were educated on communication, community and co-operation as a means to survival. It was truly a place of correction.
Life became better because great ideas and money merged forces to change the world starting from the local. Children had food and laughed more. Parents stopped working the endless treadmill to pay for the rising cost of lies and scarcity myths.
In the end, money knew what it had to do. It was a facilitator. It stuck around long enough for everyone to learn a new way; one built on love, compassion and sharing with science and art united. Once everything was running smoothly, money returned home to zero.
Balance was the result.