There are problems with excessive amounts of money, but from the idealist point of view it's a good idea. Someone who provides a service or product that people desire earns money. This additional money allows him to make more investment and provide additional service or product. It's survival of the fittest at a social level, it's a natural idea.
I could go on about it for several paragraphs, but I'll stop here while I'm not stepping on toes. I expect this thread could quickly go political or religious.
im wondering how you are posting on a games forum that requires paying money via a sub or lifetime sub to post on, or how the electricity is being paid for, or why your internet provider is giving you access for free? if you live in a city then you need money, or at least someone else to pay the bills.
a world without money may become a reality down the road, and there may be people who have created a life for themselves on a farm in some remote village that get along without money, but we are no where near that road yet as a society.
Look, I get you want to do things. Great. But for the LOVE of all that writers hold holy, learn how to frakking write properly all across the board - grammar, punctuation, capitalization, the works.
If you must cast blame, then at least cast it where it is deserved. Money is not the driving force, money is only an object. The driving force is the perception of value. We were taught that money has value, therefore we strive to acquire money. Do not blame something humanity created to facilitate trade, but the people for their failures in keeping themselves in check and beicoming greedy.
And if money = power and power is the root of all evil, then going by that formula then yes - women are evil.
However, you forget that one of the things men attempt to go after are MONEY, POWER, and WOMEN (depending on swing). Therefore, if women = evil, then men are evil squared.