I stayed out of this so far, because most people are really roped into ideologies that support the system.
Change, and I'm not revolution, just joy, happiness, abundance flowing out to all, has to start at the bottom, its the grass roots change that
matters. Not that the middle class are not the good meat and potatoes and good group, with the slime floating to the top in the melting pot. But
they're bought off somewhat, and the ones who are healthy and successful, don't realize that this is not the norm for the world, and even in their own
country, not the conditions of all people, yet everyone counts. They tend to pride themselves for doing well as if virtous, when the real virtue is
paying attention to everyone around them and ensuring all live with dignity, abundance, and no one is in trauma, poverty, despair, bad health,
neglected. That their gifts they would have, when they came into the tests were "gifts' not "givens" and they should have helped where they could.
But then there is another problem, they can't really. If millions woke up all at once and wrote in to their leaders about how they see the corruption
at the top, and its over, they are only supporting real people from now on, and withdrew support and money from this system, ie buying from each other
but not monopolies, choosing their own people, to run for office. TPTB would arrange some very dangerous things to stop this awareness.
And middle class really are barely keeping above water themselves too.
So the change has to come from the bottom up. Grass roots solutions, joining together, starting small businesses, getting land going for eco farms,
with community work so people begin to spread abundance around and pay attention to those in need and rescue those in slums, and bad neighborhoods so
kids grow up working in greenhouses, instead of in gangs. Learning electronics, and woodworking. Building guitars, and energy devices.
People need to buy from each other, not from monopolies.
Thats what will change things, awareness and instead of feeling so much shame that they can't speak up, as the poor often do. They see but can't
Instead, they need to start networking and speaking up together and come up some business ideas, and find the way, either through donations or passing
the hat, or local programs, to get some of the up and running and find the way, to secure good homes, yurts, fixed up fifth wheels, put two together,
cover them in hempstone, or paper crete, or cob, inexpensive and attractive homes for everyone, food and gardens, greenhouses for everyone.
Businesses for all.
If people are handicapped, they need to be a part of a good team, a family or a family of close friends who are trustable, who can share a business.
Set up passive things for those very handicapped, with others managing them for them.
There are solutions, if people start to think, why buy into the scarsity into the GMO, into the monopolies and start to get true free enterprise
We should only be buying from those with integrity.
edit on 7-1-2013 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)