I can't stand that most people's concept of self improvement relates to making money. It feels like I'm trapped in a world full of greed with scarcely a lighthouse. I often look at volunteer services or non profits as a gleaming example of what should be done. I feel like I'm virtually alone though. Any time I seek self education information for instance, all that comes up is "How to get rich without college" and "These billionaires never finished school", I find it disgusting that these are the archetypes people fantasize about becoming. Where is the all around nice old man who just lived decently, volunteered, took part in society, helped people around him. Why does seemingly everyone put rich pricks who have extracted wealth from society on such a pedestal. The pandemic has made me a bit more pessimistic about people's selfishness too, it kind of falls in line with the pedestal thing, but seeing how many people don't wear masks has made me feel terrible. These two combined make me feel incredibly alone in my sense of morality. What are your thoughts?