I’ve always admired Ray Dalio for his ability to use simple but not simplistic languages to explain inherently complicated things, best exemplified in his must-read "Big Debt Crisis”.
His recent article about how to reform capitalism is of course also worth a read. The fact that he could sum up beautifully the behavioral problems of most modern capitalists and socialists with such a simple sentence does give us hope that we could build this world to be a better one.
Sometimes it’s not that complicated, human. (But for Christ’s sake don’t go DJT’s way of simplification/fabrication)