Step 2 – CONCERNS:

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Observe and evaluate today's society.  Define our greatest concerns: The Economy, Health Care, Education / Information Funnel, Religion/Moral Training, The Workforce, The Environment and Extreme Poverty.  

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JOIN THE DISCUSSION:

Evaluate today's social structure and identify why well-being is eluding so many of us?

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Why is Well-Being Eluding Us?

Do you ever ask yourself what you might do if you were one of the 1% who have an endless supply of money? Would you set up the economic system and social structure that we have today? Please imagine with me another way to set up the game of life that would eliminate human suffering, promote world peace, and end world hunger.

First, to cause the least amount of disruption to the present economy and the greatest possible benefits around the world, we must creatively reorganize ourselves into small communities who together reap the abundant gifts from Mother Earth. As she freely gives, we would freely share these gifts with all those who contribute to the well-being of the community. In so doing, we can create the most advanced civilization on the face of the earth.  Then and only then will we have the well-being for all seven elements that we long.

Would you set up the economic system we have today if you owned the printing press that supplies the world with money?  Most humans in the global family would answer this question with a strong, “No!” without hesitation. How would you do things differently if you were in charge? 

The Bible says “Without a vision the people perish.”  Could this mean that if we don’t have a clear idea about how things should be for our ultimate well-being we will be swept into a different plan that is not in our best interest? It all starts with tuning our hearts to a higher frequency and having a very clear vision for planet Earth.

We must ask the obvious question: Does today’s society lead to well-being?  Let’s observe the seven SECTORS of society and evaluate whether well-being is the intended outcome. These include:

  • the economy
  • the health care system
  • the education system
  • the moral training
  • the workforce
  • the environment
  • extreme poverty

We must evaluate each of the SECTORS of today’s society and decide if the system is leading us towards well-being for all.  We will do this evaluation, sector by sector, column by column, as we progress through this course.

One Comment

  1. Well-being I think is very personal. For example, when the Europeans came to America they viewed the Native American lifestyle as deficient and their “well-being” needing improvement. They forced the Native Americans to accept the European way of life or culture. So, I don’t necessarily believe that there is one form of living that fits all. Overall, well-being has to be customizable to allow each individual to progress at his or her own speed.

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