Sunday, August 7, 2016

...open to interpretation...!

It's your "high" so enjoy it. Stop using up time as if it were infinite. Remembrance:"the thought must come first:" "I think, therefore I am" ...is the way it was proposed during the European Enlightenment of 18th century or there about. OK! Today we are in the -slicer & dicer- because we allowed the wealth of today, yesterday & tomorrow to pass from one generation to the next generation without paying any tax on it.Yes! This is why the top .oo1% of your population has all of the wealth in the USA.  For example, if you gave the Inheritance Trust"s derivatives enough time to abate their shock, so that the economy will not suffer extreme upheaval, the economy could solve the future imbalance between the various class distinctions in today's society. This construct could, if give validity by way of "political" adaptation, pass on the American dream to the future children coming out of a new and invigorated school system as was seen in my generation because of the G.I. Bill. Education was in every household because the veterans were returning home from the war, WWII. Parents were learning right along with their children. The returning vets had a future because the war was over there; it was not here, USA. The US economy was booming because Europe had devastated itself with two wars -1917 until 1945; it needed everything that we could manufacture. Now! IT is different today. China, Russia, & Iran are forming a new "trilateral commission" dedicated to banking and free commerce outside of USA influence. India, Australia, Japan and maybe the USA are looking at forming their own union to help save their way of eCommerce. But the USA has political problems; it is made up of a society which in being torn apart as if it were forming a caste system as once seen in the old  world. Sort of like SC and its old world Aristocracy. The worst school system in the USA. In my world we thought that we were in the center of our universe; whereas you and your future are seeming to be in the outskirts looking in, instead of echos of the past.