Balancing Towards Peace, Equality, and Freedom

Balancing Towards Peace, Equality, and Freedom

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The world is constantly trying to balance itself both in nature and society. Countries and the people within those countries (haves and have-nots, minorities, poor, marginalized) that have had far less than the United States are hungry to work hard to achieve equivalent power, wealth, and quality-of-life.

That would seem fair if you put yourself in their shoes, but people currently holding the power and money don’t just freely give it away. You have to fight for it, so the process of balancing is rocky, mistakes are made, and the pendulum sometimes swings too far, but over time the balancing will happen and stability is achieved.

The world will always be in flux when it is out of balance. Balance is the ultimate truth and state for world stability and peace, and that knowledge should drive our decisions as a global community. Over time, nationalism must recede and acquiesce to the inevitable globalization and balancing of our planet if we are to (a) stop fighting each other all the time, and (b) sustain ourselves as a species.

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Questions

Should our biggest problems be solved by the unelected, tax-evading, mega-wealthy 1%, or, our people-powered democracy?

Is our compulsive use of digital devices out of balance?

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