Capitalistic society, which offers its members numerous comforts and pleasures, risks creating people lacking in moral standards.
The goals of capitalism are not to sell products that are really needed by people, but for selling purposes only. Its goals are only to make a profit and gain more money in order to enlarge its capital and property.
The results are only translated into monetary value.
A society like this produces a type of character who is called by Plato, 'The Democratic Man'. Plato described this man more than 2,000 years ago and he is very like the face of man living in our days, in the Millennium Generation.
Plato on the Democratic Man:
"He lives along day by day, gratifying the desires that occur to him, at one time drinking and listening to the flute, at another downing water and reducing; now practicing gymnastic, and again idling and neglecting everything; and sometimes spending his time as though he were occupied with philosophy. Often he engages in politics and, jumping up, says and does whatever chances to come to him; and if he ever admires any soldiers, he turns in that direction; and if it’s money-makers, in that one. And there is neither order nor necessity in his life, but calling this life sweet, free, and blessed he follows it throughout." (Plato from The Republic)
We need a change in our society, which creates people with moral standards, people with order or necessity in their life, fill free, and blessed by meaningful life.