The only way to get out of the current economic crisis is to cut costs. It was born along with civilization, people got to know this great quality when they got ‘tomorrow’s care’ with today’s satisfaction. Austerity is born before the birth of Mudra.

Frugality means personal economy. It includes the household income, savings and something to keep for the future. The basic intention is to make people happier, to provide opportunities for growth and development, and to increase the wealth of both the individual and the nation.

Wealth grows through hard work. If someone is short of money, then another means that he has less, or is busy. More labor means more money. Saving money saves money. This savings gradually becomes capital, leading to big business.

The instinct to store money is not a natural instinct. It comes from experience, example and desire to avoid difficulties in the future. The wise and wise keep their wealth with great vigilance. As man becomes cunning and experienced, he becomes thrifty, removes his artificial needs from relief and fulfills real needs, avoids temptations and accumulates money for tomorrow.

There is a big difference between austerity and stinginess. Frugal prudence misses not spending as much as it should in the right places, the miser does not spend money even at reasonable expenses – food, clothes, clean house. We hate skimping. The miser has an unquenchable desire to accumulate riches, considers frugal money as a means, and takes increasing pleasure in it.

A man who lives only for today, cares nothing about tomorrow, spends more than income to satisfy sensual pleasures and physical desires, he is a slave to the senses. He is trapped in low postures like an animal. The senses are not under his control, he himself is a slave to senses and lusts.

The unskilled Aga spends not thinking and chasing. It’s hard to survive in the month. Some people get rich by adding a little frugality. Frugal must make the necessary expenses. The service of the guests, the maintenance of the family, the education of the children, marriage, etc., enforce the law of sickness, famine, lawsuits, all but all its expenses are contained. He makes the best use of his money.