Sunday, August 18, 2013

[GMW #2794] All Planets Should Avoid Communism And Capitalism

[GMW #2794] All Planets Should Avoid Communism And Capitalism Idea Dream -Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 3500
~ Idea 3187 ~
When outer space beings will discover and visit our lifeless planet they will find that its demise was due to two dreams at the beginning of the scientific and industrial revolution in the 19th century: the dreams of communism and capitalism to create paradise on Earth.  Communism was lucky and capitulated, giving up.  So it became the fault of capitalism for having destroyed the Earth and brought it to an end.  If there is a cosmic universal think tank established by God to see how the universe was fairing and how planets would succeed, the conclusion would be: forget communism and capitalism.  Avoid them on any other planet.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II Chapter 3 Of Consciousness
Most people have very limited ambitions.  For example, they still seek national glory at a time when world glory is widely open to them.  They want to be national heroes when they could be world heroes.  They want to be national artists or writers when they could be world artists and writers.  They want to be national philanthropists when they could be world philanthropists.  They love a nation when they could love the entire world and humanity.  How strange is that retardedness!

UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children,Women, IndigenousPeople
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.


Satisfaction lies in the effort,
not in the attainment,
full effort is full victory.
~ Mahatma Gandhi

Don't Make the Right Decision; Make the Decision Right
When you hear a song you like on the radio, do you check other stations to see if something better is playing? Do you have trouble settling for second best? If so, you may be what Wharton professor Adam Grant calls a "maximizer": someone who is always seeking the "best" in life. However, striving for the best doesn't guarantee happiness---in fact, sometimes it runs counter to it. Read on to hear Professor Grant's advice on how to balance the pursuit of what's "best" with a healthy appreciation for what may be "good enough". { read more }

Be The Change
If you're faced with a win-win decision today, be decisive! It could be ordering a sandwich, picking out a gift for someone, or deciding what to wear. Don't worry about making the right decision---make the decision right by committing to feel satisfied with your choice.

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