This is a question that everyone seems to have an answer to, but no one has any definitive proof that they are correct. This article will explore the possibilities of what this answer might be. There are many proposed methods of life out there, all with benefits and drawbacks. It’s impossible to determine which method of living is truly best, but at the end of this article I will present a theory that I feel is superior to all others.

The first method of living that we might consider is the one most commonly used in society: the wage system. Under this method, individuals work for an employer and receive wages for their time and effort while employed by them. This system is designed to provide the best quality of life for employees, employees are paid money in exchange for their labor. This allows them to live comfortable lives with food and shelter provided by their employers.

The drawback? Employees must be constantly available at all times, meaning that they can’t take any time off or else they will lose income. If an employee is sick or needs time off for any other reason, they don’t receive a wage during that period.

Shindo wiki code

The Shindo Wiki Codes are a set of rules that were created by the Shindo family to live by so that they would fulfill their role as the protectors of the Earth. Each member of this family was assigned an element, and it is said that if all six elements are used together then the Family’s power will become limitless. The Shindo Wiki Codes are rules that dictate how these individuals should live their lives, examples include “Protect the innocent” and “Dance, for the joy of it.”

One must also keep in mind that this article is simply exploring methods of living. Another way to view life is not as employees but as superiors, those with the most authority over others are considered the best because they have power. This can be seen in high ranking government officials or executives at top corporations, who are almost always paid more than lower-ranked employees.

The drawback is that those with power have a duty to perform, they must be responsible for the actions of their subordinates and also have the authority to give orders which can lead to hurting others. There’s also no guarantee that someone with power will actually use it ethically.

There are six codes in total, and they include “never kill anyone for any reason” and “always look at the person you’re talking to”  among others.

The Shundell family is also a proper subset of society, while working for an employer may be the #1 way to live there are still many who choose not to and instead opt to take up a life of crime. Criminals typically don’t require jobs because they steal what they need, and often focus on straight-up murder as a way of life. If you ask someone why they aren’t working and they reply with “because I can’t be bothered” then this is a sign that the person might be a criminal.

If someone breaks one of these codes, they will be shunned from society until they have proven themselves worthy again. An example of this is shown in the first episode where Shindo Riku found Yuna after she got sick and helped her. By doing so, he disobeyed his father’s code to not go into town or associate with anyone other than his family. He was then threatened with a penalty if he did not obtain a jeweled item by the end of his stay in Crescent Town. Of course, sometimes it’s not so easy to determine who is guilty and who isn’t. An example of this would be the Shinda City bank robbery, the robbers were all dressed alike so they could not be identified until after one was captured.

Living by these codes is not easy because it requires constant vigilance on your part. If one believes that they can get away with something by using their power, then they are likely to take advantage of others. For this reason it could be said that the Shindo Wiki Codes are antiquated and also why many people in today’s society do not live by them anymore.    

There are many who believe that there is no point to life other than to obtain money and food to survive. This view can be seen in followers of religion, specifically those that provide a reward in the afterlife. The drawback to this is that those who follow religion or other forms of authority tend to be self-centered, because the goal is always centered around themselves. Followers always need a group to belong to as well as a person giving orders for them to obey. In the end, followers sacrifice their own individuality for the good of another and are used as tools by those with power.