Comment: Charging interest is "natural"...

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Charging interest is "natural"...

From my understanding, I would say that interest is the price paid by the borrower to the lender in exchange for the lender being without the ability to re-allocate his/her money over the period of the loan.

In addition, when "creators" of the money engage in inflationary practices, interest becomes even more important due to the fact that in those cases if interest were not charged the lender would lose money over the period of the loan to the inflation tax.