Until we get over the psychological hangup that we can’t exist in a world without money. We will never progress as people.
When I look around, I see a world filled with people who make life much more difficult than it needs to be. The goal is no longer to find solutions to problems, but problems to solutions.
We’ve made more technological advancements in the last 50 years, than the last 500 combined. Advancements in areas of agriculture, medicine, communication, manufacturing have all contributed to improving our quality of life.
The reality is we’ve finally reached an end to humanity’s purpose in life, the struggle for survival. This should mark the beginning of our cultural progression into the 21st century. It’s time we allow technology to work as it was intended, to make life easier. The goal shouldn’t be to create more jobs, but eliminate the unnecessary ones.
We live in a society that has become so efficient at survival, we invented something called “making a living”. The modern version of survival based on the false perception of perceived value.
The difficulty lies not in developing new ideas, but learning to escape the old ones. In order for us to progress into the future, we must learn to stop looking in the past for guidance. By sharing ideas, we can help people begin to see life as it truly is, not what they’ve perceived it to be.