Very interesting points.
I have been examining society and looking for the "bad part." In mind experiments, I have "replaced" various pieces and "observed" what
For many years, I have done this, and, after much effort, I have traced the cause of virtually all of the issues to an inability on the part of
individuals to freely choose how they spend their time.
The constraint, the piece that holds the parts, the individuals, in thrall, is money. The vast majority of individuals are forced into patterns based
on the need for money.
So, I thought, how do we get rid of money, and accomplishing that, what would it look like?
Looking at the world and its resources, it became clear that there is plenty for all of us. Way more than enough. The resources, however, are very
badly managed. The distribution system is itself constrained by money, and specifically profit. So, though I do not have the expertise to develop
the distribution system itself, I am certain there are those who both could and would be thrilled to do so. I am certain that, outside the
constraints of money, the resources on this planet could be effectively distributed to all of us.
When I added a robotic element to the mix, again unconstrained by money issues, it became clear that we could create (if we have not yet done so)
robots to handle all the jobs no one wanted to do - the jobs we do now, not because they are our bliss, but because we are constrained by the needs we
have for which obtaining money is the only solution. The jobs we now are used as wage slaves to get done.
And if we can distribute the resources effectively, and have robots as the slaves, we can eliminate money, freeing us to spend our time with those we
love and care for.
Freeing us to do as we choose.
And if we get rid of money...the only laws we would need would be the three true laws - to harm no one willfully, to leave others' belongings alone
neither taking nor breaking them, and to defraud no one.
Even these laws would seldom be in need of enforcement. With all one needs and wants available, and the ability to spend time only with those one
likes or loves, those who have the same beliefs and values, seldom will there be violence, vandalism, or lies.
There are other elements that enhance the function of such a paradigm, adding to its success. Energy in the world as it is now is what money accounts
for, and would need to be addressed. And given that we can (and do in secret) extract the energy from the Universe, the Zero Point Energy, the energy
from the plenum (vacuum), which is infinite and can be extracted at any point in space, the need to account for energy becomes moot.
This is the key to showing that we do not need money in this world.
Having contemplated these facts, it becomes clear that we could get rid of money, the primary issue in this world, and all of us live a life of
The next question is how to take these "experiments" from the mind into actual implementation. The next element to add is the interweb.
This tool would allow worldwide assessment of resources, bringing together those who understand the complexities of distribution, knowledge of
resources and information, and a desire to put it together functionally.
But before that, it is the tool to bring awareness of the abundance paradigm. For without this awareness, the "experiment" and its results fall
into obscurity and we continue to suffer in scarcity.
And the last tool, wrought by my own hand, is a picture of what it would look like in a world of abundance, as well as the steps to take to get there.
The passing on of this information is the key to actually making it happen, and is a simple thing for anyone to do.
To access my tool, my book, please visit here:
Thank you to all who choose to read, and especially to pass on, my ideas, the results of my experiment.