The church has been instrumental in bringing hope to the hopeless, rebuilding homes in developing worlds, feeding the hungry – but they have benefited from non profit taxes, what if the church started to pay down the national debt? Securing the United States from financial binds of bond holders and the world.
As a member of Costco Wholesale, I enjoy the great service and quality of products they provide. But, their dominance in the retail wholesale world cuts other retailers profitability because people do not need to buy as much food and services as they would without. Gas, bakeries, auto shops, optometrists, pharmacies all have less customers because of the success of that store. The economic effect is two face, life is cheaper for the consumer in the beginning but if it cuts wages to other people in business it can have a huge under cut on society – gradually weakening the United States retail prowess. How can we promote retail diversity in a mass consumption culture? I think shopping at boutique retail is the key to an empowered United States in the future, even if it costs more. In the interim, I don’t have a lot of money, so I shop at Costco!
I have been surprised by the President’s success so far, but I am a little disappointed by the press releases to move money away from climate change progress. We have incredibly profitable industries and technologies emerging from global initiatives to be green and I see the United States’ investment in that realm as critical to success in the current political realm. I appreciate Trump’s approach to making bold gestures but I hope we don’t cut off a critically important sector in it’s formative stage.
After serving my country well as a Professional I wake up not able to afford food. I graduated from a Polytechnic but have studied at a University level with Ivy League. I have a perspective on humble work, position and dignity, but there are uneducated Americans that are taking the best we have. Not much offense to Mark Zuckerberg, but his reward has been too high for a great accomplishment. With that in mind, America is now facing a revamp of the insurance system, if passed, it is something that will take too much from the wrong people via increased costs to insurance and too much stress on the system to change. America needs to make sure that we don’t destroy the good we have.
Proof to the hypocrite
They are the same
Those views align
to arts release
Worlds define a weigh
of time where the worst-
best and ties cut
to gravity’s pull
As those flowers fail
those words discolor
And the world turns round
to icy condensate
A person’s renew
And a mind’s discovery
this is our time
A heart’s define.
Tactus musical form. The musical artists known as Amadou et Mariam. Enjoy.
We live in a para-digital world. Our peripherence is defined by silica based realms that not one person has the ability to comprehend. Now consider war: every war of the past has been primarily fought with metal and now we are faced with a world that can be fought with sand. I prefer the fight remain with metal because we can’t afford the psychological cost of a war fought with sand.
A soldier, a saint and the world apart from itself. We stop and listen, to a great call, a yield to the utmost. Will we hold truth as our beacon or find the depraved sense of self-propriety to be the guide? The servant, the master and what we hold dear is a distant relic to the path in our present. Yours to find, repose and release, the beauty – a creator’s piece.
You can ignore the Chuck D reference, it is just a sound track for this blog. I was listening to a classical master today and enjoyed the progression of skill in their work. A reminder that this world is a process.
We live in a time were the predominance of the creative commons world and suffrage of culture is the best it has ever been. But, we live in a fragile world – that hangs in the balance of the populous and the elite. In many senses, the populous has done better than well and in many cases doesn’t even realize it yet. What will our future provide as the base culture of an open society?