a reply to: projectvxn
It has to be defined as a problem to be viewed as finite. Never was it mentioned to be a problem... it was stated that it resides within the reality
of the beholder/voter to define OPINION.
I do see a finite wealth structure as you do, yes. But when I see a world of humans fighting for their life and basic rights while CEO's get bailed
out with HUMAN generated money I have a problem with that.
HUMANS beings ripped from their savings in 08' while it was transferred to shady bankers is a stat.
So, it is a problem for me... yes. Businesses don't care about people, therefore their perception of "FINITE" is actually not conscious to the
reality that HUMANS operating businesses yields a harvest that there is way more to the 'FINITE' picture than maybe seen at one's
There are world's that exists outside the needs of money, and they are human of nature. Some may be able to put a price on the influence of a human
life based on human made constructs, while others don't wish to honor the over reach of influence gained up and to the point of history we are now.
Some may see it as perfectly admirable to one up fellow humans and define a finite world. The common American was rich in many ways prior to the
corporate engine dictating to HUMANS what should be viewed and judged for as a substance of reality as a standard of operation.
The new age debates should include the finite vs. the infinite possibility. Sadly, there is little to no middle ground to debate on as the need to be
on one side of the Red/Blue fence or the other shows tb be of utmost importance.
Just for the fact that reality is in the eye of the beholder, it is important to be a rogue voter. If finitie business is what you vote on... keep on
doing it if it is meaningful to you. You're a smart person. When new realities become aware, it will drag your opinion along with it... it's called
learning and growing... a natural human phenomena. I thought differently in times past, but I removed influence of others and grew from it.
The system in place of Red & Blue tyranny promotes the lack of learning and forces identity politics. Talking about what we can do to right the ship
as individuals and not a business entity is crucial to winning back influence where it belongs... in action, and not within a spectrum of color.
These opinions of preference include infinite possibilities, where one hopes to be wrong in hopes of ALL being able to figure it out for themselves.
The Red/Blue/Business societies do tend to side with the finite, so we speak from different worlds it appears.