“…simply make things better for someone else, as if I were to be born again, and that someone else, and it doesn't have to be me, but it could be someone like me, that they would have a better life than I had, that everyone was better. There is something seriously wrong with everyone, and that is something I observed when I was very young. We are the problem, and we need to become better, because we are fucking everything up.”
“So this is who I am. There is something seriously wrong with everyone and we need to fix it, if not for us, then for the future generations."
"Everything I have done in this life, and everything I will do, is for this purpose.”

Saturday, March 26, 2016

The greatest act of Love

What is the greatest act of Love?

To answer this question, it seems logical that the greatest act of love would be an action that addresses the greatest amount of suffering. Addresses it in such a way that the suffering is eliminated. And not only eliminated, but replaces the suffering with what should have been there before: support.

So in our quest-ion to find the greatest act of Love, we must find the greatest suffering. I have an answer, so let's see what you think. I found a statistic that says 80% of people live on less than $10 dollars a day. So that means that 20% of people on the planet earn more than $10. I know for myself, as someone who lives in United States, that it would be impossible to live on just $10 dollars a day. I earn much more than $10 each day. So the same is true for people in United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Japan. That we all earn more than $10 a day. When I think of other problems, maybe disasters, health problems, lack of food, lack of education, abusive parents, crime... they all have something to do with money, don't they?

If you are earning only $10 each day then you will be unable to afford many medical services, and pay for a school for your kids or for yourself. You also may have to resort to crime to make more money. And you wouldn't be able to prepare very well for any natural disasters, by stockpiling food, water, a generator. Children of course usually have no access to money, and they are considered a property of their parents so they wouldn't be able to really leave their parents and be on their own.

So Imagine, if the 80% of the world population earned $100 dollars each day. They would make in 1 year, what would have taken 10 years to make. Literally it would accelerate the progression of their lives by ten-fold. They could address for themselves problems they face, because they can afford healthcare, afford schools, and not have to resort to crime. They could be prepared for natural disasters. And imagine if we extend money to children unconditionally. Imagine if children learn from an early age how to manage money, how to pay for their own food, pay for their own healthcare, and pay for their own education. It is a radical idea. Children would be prepared and ready for life, and have an understanding of money that most people simply don't have until they make many grave mistakes at a much older age.

They say money is the root of all evil. It makes sense then that the lack of money is leading to suffering, and so ensuring their is plentiful money alleviates that suffering. Remember love addresses suffering. So Money is the root of the greatest love. And remember, it is not simply eliminating suffering, but replacing that with support. And money supports the expansion and growth of the various physical aspects of a person's life, furthering their own progression of who they are as a person.

Do you know the terrorists in the Middle east? Did you know that those countries are poor? That those people are poor? That they live harsh lives in poverty? Imagine if we as countries that control the money supply decide to channel our money so that we support the lives of the people everywhere in the world including the middle east. Imagine if we set up a system where they continuously receive money and funds, including the people in our own countries. Where money flows like the blood of the human body nourishing all the parts of the cells. That would be quite a healthy human body. Do you really think terrorists could exist? Do you really think anger, hatred or desire for revenge would exist? Terrorism is the result of suffering. It isn't the result of care, support, nourishment. Place yourself in their shoes and their lives. Understand them. Understand what they need, what they lack, and what they see when they look at us.

Perform the Greatest Act of Love, for yourself, as a statement of what you will and will not accept and allow.

Source: http://www.globalissues.org/article/26/poverty-facts-and-stats

One road to bring money to everyone: https://www.facebook.com/BasicIncomeGuaranteedByEqualLifeFoundation/?fref=ts

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