For us to have a truly vibrant economy, we the people must do a better job of participating in it and taking control of it.
“We do not need to have a picture of what a true world would be like in order to feel that there is something radically wrong with the world that exists.”
― John Holloway
Through society’s evolution over the last 10,000 years or so, we have gone through our highs and lows. We have had times of renaissance, and we have had ages of darkness.
The question we must ask is which shall we have next?
Watch this video on the growing Renaissance and this podcast about creating your own personal renaissance by living your best life.
Moving forward, as we continue to sacrifice our time, talent, and labor to the activities of turning our natural wealth into man-made wealth so that it can be absorbed by the ostentatious few, let us consider that pandering to growth for the sake of growth may just be the greatest insanity to ever face humanity.
Given the power we have to more greatly participate in a global conversation and save our planet from the wobbling towers of finance, government, and religion, will you answer the call to be a crew member aboard This Spaceship Earth?
Why has the Democratic Party not incorporated ranked-choice voting?
What we consider to be our economy is not designed to be very distributive. Although it’s often touted as a “trickle down” method, the truth is that it largely siphons up.
Before we get too caught up in having artificial intelligence take over our lives, we might want to consider getting the most out of the intelligence we already have first.
No tie and free money. What’s not to like?