Money is Fake
Adnan Ul Haq
Money is Fake
Adnan Ul Haq
Printable notes are a form of fake money. It is not real money! Ask yourself, if you can print something then how can it be real? Of course, it’s fake!
The worst part is that it is the government’s prerogative to print as many notes or money as they want. However, the normal people holding the currency have to face the brunt of their prerogative. The basic phenomenon implies that, as more money is printed, the value of the money will decrease simultaneously.
On the other hand, this is not the case with God’s money or real money!
Whilst the value of God’s money keeps on increasing with the pace of time, the value of fake money keeps on decreasing at the same time. Consider an example - the value of PKR 1 in 1947 is equal to the value of PKR 177 today. Similarly, in 1947 you could buy some goods in PKR 1000, however, you will need at least PKR 1,70,000 today to buy the same amount of goods. This shows how huge the gap is among the currency values and how value depreciation is associated with fake money.
As explained earlier, the value of the fake money in the form of notes in your bank accounts will decrease over time. Thus, the experts recommend converting fake money into real money. This can be achieved by investing fake money into God’s money. God’s money is represented by the natural sources in the environment that have a monetary value. These majorly include gold, silver, and property. So, you should withdraw your money and use it to buy these valuable assets.
Quick tip - you should prefer buying property more than gold or silver!
Though the value of gold and silver increases even during inflation, they can’t generate a stable cash flow. In contrast, your property like a shop or an apartment will be a source of rental income for you generating a stable cash flow. The best part is that the rentals will keep increasing yearly, generating even more money.
So, while the government keeps printing more money and the value of money in your bank accounts will decrease, the worth of your assets will increase regardless. The cash flow from your asset is a source of passive income for you.
Passive income is the income that is generated from your assets, regardless of whether you are working or not. Passive income is great because it ultimately leads you towards financial independence. Financial independence in turn provides you the key to a content life where you do not have to worry about your expenditures.
So, concluding it can be said that printable notes are fake money whose value depreciates over time. On the other hand, the value of God’s money in the form of gold, silver, or property appreciates over time and generates a stable cash flow. God’s money is real money and you should keep your wealth in the form of real money or assets rather than fake money or notes. The cash flow generated from your assets provides you passive income which in turn leads you towards financial independence.