Originally Posted by JoeRad
See, the thing is, I'm seeing more and more attitudes around her that seem to indicate the tendency to concept of a class-based society, not as a social ill, but as a good. Am I reading to much into this, becuase it certainly is looking that you would prefer everyone 'stay in their class' and only strive what what can be obtained right in front of them. This is in stark contrast to the Steve I remember who taught boundless potential for all persons.
Not classes per se but merely levels of development. If you develop yourself to a certain point, how hard is it to earn $200-300. An empowered child can earn that much by mowing lawns to buy a new bike.
If your current financial experience is less than that of a child with a strong desire for a shiny new bike, it means your power is rather weak. So how can you benefit from a course that requires a certain minimum level of power to benefit from it?
What you're asking is akin to opening up an advanced yoga class to people who've never done yoga before. That is not a good fit and is only going to frustrate people.
If the price is an obstacle, that's simply because it's supposed to be an obstacle.