A new direction

Posted by Phillip C Gordon on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 Under: Systems
I have decided to continue my blog with a different idea. I  am keeping the old posts, however from this point forward the posts will be from my garden. I am going to visit each day my beautiful garden and capture the inspiration it spurs in me, follow that muse and write upon it. I shall start with a repost of todays writing.

It is not that war makes money, nor is it that housing is owned by banks, not the fact the food industry has been railroaded by narrow minded monopolies. It is that we all remain in a system where the core value is capital. That we, even a great deal of left wing thinkers, think that economics is the answer. That economics receives the first tick on the list of things that needs attention. As long as we hold economics in such high regard, we will have trafficking of people, cultures, arms, food and whatever else capital can be attached to. We need to shift our value system and grow an environment that puts humanity above capacity.

In : Systems 


Tags: soul economics wellbeing philosophy 
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Phillip C Gordon I am an Alchemist, falling into the fires of transformation over and over as I realise the gold that I am. I choose to serve all humanity to that end, to raise the consciousness of humanity, one by one if that be the case. I am a writer, a speaker, an actor and fool.

A new direction

Posted by Phillip C Gordon on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 Under: Systems
I have decided to continue my blog with a different idea. I  am keeping the old posts, however from this point forward the posts will be from my garden. I am going to visit each day my beautiful garden and capture the inspiration it spurs in me, follow that muse and write upon it. I shall start with a repost of todays writing.

It is not that war makes money, nor is it that housing is owned by banks, not the fact the food industry has been railroaded by narrow minded monopolies. It is that we all remain in a system where the core value is capital. That we, even a great deal of left wing thinkers, think that economics is the answer. That economics receives the first tick on the list of things that needs attention. As long as we hold economics in such high regard, we will have trafficking of people, cultures, arms, food and whatever else capital can be attached to. We need to shift our value system and grow an environment that puts humanity above capacity.

In : Systems 


Tags: soul economics wellbeing philosophy 
blog comments powered by Disqus