Humans have an affinity to learn, to adapt and create rituals but often times, humans fail to thrive in their self education.
Have you ever sought out information just so that you are knowledgeable about a certain topic? For example, you ask yourself a question then you follow through with researching the topic until you are satisfied or until you believe you have a clear understanding of exactly how it works.
It seems that only a small percentage of humans take the initiative to learn and educate themselves in areas that they have little to no interest in while the rest of humanity spends their entire existence doing and learning things that only someone else has enlightened them to. One might refer to this small percentage of persons who, “think outside the box.”
In Daily thought: Learn and educate.. intelligence and education were discussed within the context that, no one is smarter than anyone else.
While one individual is not genetically smarter than anyone else, there are character traits in some human personalities that allow for patience in learning and the zeal to simply, “know” the opposite of an event.
Usually, it is current events that the majority of humans retain as ritual. Such events like, voting on a leader of a country, currency value, division of resources or even something simple as subscribing to the ideology that the current way in which humans live and acquire goods is the only possible way that event can happen are all retained as ritual in and of the human mind.
However, a small percentage of persons, as mentioned, will ponder the opposite or potential alternate outcome of an event. In relevance to the events mentioned herein, only a small percentage of persons will actually think about different methods of distributing the Earth’s natural resources.
It seems that education of self, for most, is limited to what someone else pushes another into thinking and wondering about and very few individuals utilize their mind to create, brainstorm and vision alternate options and/or ideas.
Jacque Fresco is an inventor who proposes an entirely different system of living. In his film, Future By Design, Fresco shows the world how technology is and should be utilized in such a way that computers do the majority of labor in the world.
Fresco’s designs led the Sacramento African American Issues Examiner, Shannon to further develop sociological methods of living amidst a technological world where labor is not the primary daily task for human beings.
To understand thoroughly what the Sacramento African American Issues Examiner proposes, please read the article/essay/proposal at the following link: War on poverty: how to change and win. – Sacramento African …
To understand thoroughly what Jacque Fresco proposes please read the article/essay/proposal at the following link: Review: Future by Design – Sacramento African … – usedview.com
Combined, both proposals correlate and can create a future where humanity is not at the disposal of any one individuals ultimate decision but society would move to a collectively functioning system where resources are not exploited and people live naturally in and of the Earth and all that nature provides.
If you do read the articles in the links provided, please reflect upon a system where technology enforces order within programmable logic not within a range of 99 to 1 ratio as the current system operating system.
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