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In the perfection of the first human residence in Eden, the residents got their food from trees and plants grown for them. Their need for shelter was also well taken care of. Then, when their situation became less than perfect, they had to sweat, to till and work the land for their food.
Throughout the ages, following the first parents, individuals and family units did everything they needed to do by themselves, in order to survive. They hunted and farmed for their food and built their own shelter. In the course of time, with the increase and spread in population, and everything relative to that, things changed. One of these changes, was the weakening of the total self reliance of individuals and family units to supply all of their own needs. Bartering became a convenient and an equitable way of acquiring needed goods and services. As long as someone had something that was needed by his neighbour, and the neighbour had something that he needed, they could both have their needs met.
Eventually, money, as we know it today, became and remains the primary instrument of exchange. This works great, as long as one's health permits them to keep working for the money. However, unemployment, sickness and old age can quickly nullify any ability to keep bringing in the money.
For a solution, most progressive societies have systems in place, through government and private business, that provide us with our monetary needs when we are unable. These systems need to be deliberately fed with money, in order to provide what's needed later.