Tag: capitalism

What Motivates a World Leader?

It’s interesting to consider what causes a person to wish to be a head of state and world leader. One might consider positive motivations, such as having the intention to create a more compassionate society, and then negative motivations, such as fear of confrontation… Continue Reading “What Motivates a World Leader?”

Ownership and the Fear-Based State

Today’s post is another instalment in my Praise and Prose series, which looks at how the language we use — particularly in matters of faith and spirituality — might evolve in order to better reflect reality. A person may spend 40 years working hard… Continue Reading “Ownership and the Fear-Based State”

How Much is Enough?

Large bundles of money in a metal case

I think we’re all concerned with how to be as happy as possible. For many followers of this blog, happiness is found in spiritual contentment, not necessarily living an easy life here on earth, but living with the expectation of happiness in the life… Continue Reading “How Much is Enough?”

The Simple Life

A fishing boat on a beach with the sea in the background

An American businessman was standing at the pier of a small coastal Mexican village when a small boat with just one fisherman docked. Inside the small boat were several large yellowfin tuna. The American complimented the Mexican on the quality of his fish. “How… Continue Reading “The Simple Life”

Is it Really Worth it?

A lady holding scales on the left and a globe on the right

I wanted to write a short blog post about fighting battles. When life presents you with a circumstance where you feel you are being treated unfairly, is it wise to put up a fight, or is it better to absorb the frustration, let go,… Continue Reading “Is it Really Worth it?”