Ultimate Philosophy 1001 wrote:As world leader I would ban farm factories.
CelineK wrote:POWER IN ONE IMAGE
jerkey wrote:It's funny, Celine, but the Huffington Post in a recent editorial, pointed out the view, that Trump's impeachment is imminent. Now I am also looking into what appears to be Your forum, and you may be wondering what on earth has he to do with it.
Well, the writer of the article used the exact same phrase, "The reality of reality' , in conjunction with the View of Trump, not only as a dangerous odd ball, but a borderline psychopath, as well. The point made was that Trump sees reality within his own self enclosed , narcissistic megalomania, and his policies mirror TV, and generally media responses to his outrages behavior. They imply a serious meltdown due to the pressures of his job, for which he was at once incompetent and unprepared to preform.
Since he does not share a common sense view of reality, the Real real is beginning to irk him, as it presses in from many sides.
I was compelled, to give a political spin to Your mainly economic observation, for it is true as they say, economics begin wars, but it is political mistakes which drive them. Without a driver, the route may cause catastrophic blunders.
Just noted this in passing, to bring in a contemporaneous issue, on a similar vein.
Arminius wrote:CelineK wrote:POWER IN ONE IMAGE
That image shows what debt really means, yes. It is the opposite of the intergenerational justice, thus the intergenerational injustice: the generations of the future pay for the generations of the present. And it is a process that proceeds exponentially.
Ultimate Philosophy 1001 wrote:Mindset is, wealth and money is not a time-device, but a time-emotion-health device. .
CelineK wrote:Ultimate Philosophy 1001 wrote:Mindset is, wealth and money is not a time-device, but a time-emotion-health device. .
competition is mainly a time device, sorry or maybe you are unaware of the concept of the "velocity of money" in economics. Those who have more money can compete faster, so their investment circulates faster too.
But on a cosmic scale present is all there is.
Some Guy in History wrote:Even the parts of reality that aren't realistic are still realistically parts of reality. There is nothing unnatural if it all is found in nature. And, if you claim to have found it outside of nature, how can you be sure nature didn't lie to you, since lying is in its nature? If something is unrealistic, yet still found in reality, how realistic can it be presumed to be unreal entirely? And shouldn't it then still have a practical use in our reality one way or the other?
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