I thought it might be good to start sharing a summary of my best reads of the week and discuss them from a “Social Rebirth” perspective.
For the children of Dex Pillerson it soon became a cherished place, with a Bible education class that focused extensively on the financial aspects of God’s accounting house in the ancient World, and housing a pet-dinosaur exhibit second to none, it was here among the displays and glass cabinets of Intelligent Design, that nonsensical ‘science’ was finally proven wrong and given its marching orders thought Dex with smug satisfaction
What we can forget, or not recognise, is that it’s us who provides the elite with their money, with their ability to own all that they do.
When the imperative is to make a profit, then that is the imperative and all actions that go against this motive will be rejected.
The Trolley Problem, a thought experiment in ethics presented in 1967 by Philippa Foot, is a way of testing if our judgements are utilitarian. The problem proposes a trolley on a track is moving toward five people on the track
Some of our most basic behaviour on the planet is leading to mass extinction and the serious decline of global ecosystems.
We Can’t Be Trusted Bigotry, racism, nationalism, jealousy, superstition, greed, and self-centered behavior are all learned patterns of behavior, which are strengthened or reinforced by our upbringing. These patterns of behavior are not inherited human traits or “human nature” as
Sundays. The day of rest. The day of community, and spiritual reflection. Or at least it used to be.
Industries could be reshaped, if not crushed, by in home printing of consumer goods, entire factories of people could find themselves displaced.
We can feed more than ten billion people on our planet using vertical farms, there is no need for anyone to be suffering malnourishment.