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  • Word of Mouth Points - It Pays to Talk!

    June 14, 2011 1 min read 2 Comments

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    August 19, 2012

    What creative genuis! While difficult to envision a world where such creativity were widespread for the greater good, it is even more challenging to understand what drives our society. It is easy to point to our sadly warped economic model as the culprit, but it is merely the vehicle. The quest for power and greed are a close second but, again, what needs, as a society, have we not addressed that make us lust for such things at the expense of others? Difficult to grasp the concept of connectivity and oneness, when we are so conditioned and fragmented. The healing process will largely remain in the shadows until we accept that whatever we do to them , we do to us ! As I’ve delve further into the grant business, I am amused and amazed. Corporations, institutions, foundations, etc. hiding behind the 501(3)C status and the likes, are able to hand out money which they managed to avoid paying to the government. The government, i.e. the representatives of the people, become less efficient and less powerful, as does the voice of the people. The tax-evading entities get to be the good guys by entering communities and helping where the government has failed AND they want free publicity, public acknowledgment, gratitude and loyalty all wrapped up with ecological-waste (balloons, glitter, plaques, bows and ribbons). Oops! Guess you hit a sore spot with this last write-up!


    June 24, 2011

    That’s way more celevr than I was expecting. Thanks!

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