“Your living is determined not so much by what life brings to you
as by the attitude you bring to life;
not so much by what happens to you
as by the way your mind looks at what happens.”
– Khalil Gibran
The contradictions in my journey
meet head on
Feeling to Understand
Instinctively Self Educating
#Pi Predictive Ideology :: The Business Side
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A collective, collaborative work of a matrix of business models using a collection of the most valuable digital assets, technologically advanced innovations, tools and techniques available in the Digital era of Transformation in showcasing a logical approach to poverty alleviation
A Tidbit to keep you keen…
I heard someone say the other day,
‘is easy to get out of.’
Hands up if you agree. Those who agree, how many of you have been in poverty? Real poverty? No hope poverty?
Well, because of my desire to know more I connect with an incredibly diverse group of people whom I actively learn from online whilst also encountering an alternately diverse group in my reality. Thus always learning from a very wide audience.
Poverty, in my view, is the circumference of the circle of life gone wrong.
We’re supposed to be living, breathing, laughing, loving and being productive in our days for the greater good… Not?
Instead we idolise a fictitious bartering system that’s very design has resulted in immense distress for the majority of the inhabitants of the planet. Plants and Animals included. If it weren’t for money the Rhino’s wouldn’t suffer,… the list goes on.
So when we remove the need for money what do we have left?
How much of your stress would be relieved should you remove money as a factor?
What would you do differently?
Don’t worry about why/how/what/ you live from /on… just imagine for a second that money is not a factor in your life. i.e. it is not a requirement to eat, sleep comfortably… and have what you need. Would you maintain your current frantic lifestyle? Or would you change to something less stressful, more productive, fruitful even?
Well, that’s kind of what I did. I took a good look at the way it is, was and is proposed to be. I realised that money is the malignancy in society that needs to be diluted in importance, to ensure that we can sustain ourselves now and in the future.
During my studies I’ve read articles, white papers, comments on and more surrounding ‘sustainable poverty alleviation solutions’ – an enormous amount of energy is spent on discussing the subject. The hoops I’d have to jump through to even get a look in from any reputable funding operation are insurmountable.
And again, money reigns supreme in making it happen, or not.
I can fix that… she says… with a little smile…
#Pi There is always a solution.
I hope you’ll join the #Pi journey, Bonnie Crofford.