I believe that money has no real value, only the skills and knowledge that a person holds has real value. The value that is placed on the dollar is only so worthed as the person who sees it as being worthy, that is speaking that, the value that is attributed to it is imagined. In itself money does not till the land and sow the crops, nor does it build houses and make clothes. Only the person is able to do that, and that ability, that knowledge, that skill, is what is really valuable.
What is the usefulness of money when the hand of the laborer performs the action? What is the usefulness of money when it is not able to serve the purpose of the tools that are needed to repair machines? How are paper bills useful when they do nothing of real value? [*]