But if we give a keen thought, we come to the conclusion that our society is still divided into rich class and poor class. There are communities that are dominant over other communities. We face racism which strengthens the roots of the process of dividing the society into classes: tribal, nomadic, so on and so forth. If we talk about United States, the believers of the myth of the classless society stand for the idea that a large part of American population shares the same lifestyle, which means that America is a classless society. But by going into the details of this myth, we come to know that since some decades, the wages of Americans have been declining and to keep up with the expenditures, people had to increase the daily working hours and women started going out looking for jobs. Media has been playing big role in promoting this myth. The print media delivers news about business events but not about the related labor statistics which means that the citizens are only informed about the major economic activities and not about the conflicts arising as a result of class distribution.
The circumstances that a person faces through his life leave a great impact upon his mental and physical health. People have always been facing unfortunate life circumstances like poverty, starvation, child abuse, obesity, mental torture, and so on. Poverty adversely affects a person because he faces lack of income, resources and assets, and encounters disadvantages in his daily routine. Poverty results in continuous generation of a social class that lacks access to proper food, clothing and shelter. The poor do not have the power to change their circumstances as they do not afford education too. They learn to live with poor relationships within family and with other members of the society, degraded sense of worth and spiritual ignorance.
Poverty is mainly caused by overpopulation which is a situation