The idea is to provide free money to uneducated, unproductive, people so that they won't turn to a life of crime. It may cost less than maintaining the incarciration infrastructure. Although the incarceration industry is a part of the economy, it would be replaced by people buying stuff with their free money.
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Trees prefer to grow straight and balanced. If a tree is not balanced, branches snap off. If it is not straight, it risks falling down. Whether a tree grows straight and/or balanced is very much dependent on where its life starts. If the seed lands on a shady spot surrounded by other trees, it will be forced to extend a branch, or grow at an angle, towards the sunlight in order to get the nutrients it needs. These tough choices, of course, put the tree's life in a precarious situation.It is unfortunate that trees cannot predict the future. If they could, they may find that their situation will improve over time (or not) and this would help the tree make better choices. Instead, they are forced to make life changing decisions based on incomplete information.