Understanding the Global Economy

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http://thesolutionsjournal.com/node/619 Dawn of a new America 1. Energies: Do we tap into groundswell energy or squander our time in with peripheral issues an low-priority causes that do not move others?

4. Structural change – The paradigm shift: Is what we act upon doable merely because people like it and can get funding for it, or is it worth doing because it changes oppressive structures and the conditions they cause?
  1. Property—from: suum cuique to social function

  2. Human relationships—from contracts among strangers to communities of caring neighbors

  3. Defining freedom as the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. defined it: being self directed, though not self-centered

  4. Empower people to participate in the creation of culture.
  • How are we encouraging the responsible exercise of the rights and duties of property
    ownership, and channelling the benefits of natural resources and other kinds of property so that
    more people enjoy them?
  • What are we doing to move beyond the commercial society based on contractual relationships
    between mutually indifferent buyers and sellers toward a truly human society whose norms
    function to take care of everybody?
  • How are we using our freedom to encourage other people to use their freedom, to discern the
    right action, to make the right choices, and honor our values and commitments?
  • How are we empowering people to participate in the creation of culture?
    • Note: This set of criteria for evaluating any given program or project, includes just the main
      criteria, which alone, however, reflect the need for a paradigm shift.

How are we encouraging the responsible exercise of the rights and duties of property ownership, and channeling the benefits of natural resources and other kinds of property so that more people enjoy them?
• Psalms 24:1
• Deuteronomy 24: 19-21
• Exodus 16:16-18
What are we doing to move beyond the commercial society based on contractual relationships between mutually indifferent buyers and sellers toward a truly human society whose norms function to take care of everybody?
• Deuteronomy 15: 1-2
• Luke 4: 16-21
• Exodus 21: 2-11
How are we using our freedom to encourage other people to use their freedom, to discern the right action, to make the right choices, and honor our values and commitments?
•€ Isaiah 1: 16-17
How are we empowering people to participate in the creation of culture?
• John 15: 15
Note: This set of criteria for evaluating a program or project, includes just the main criteria.

 

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