Posted on January 7, 2017 by The Awakezone Team
Personally I believe that we should slowly but surely stop using money. Get rid of your debts if you can, otherwise try processing them of. Get rid of everything you got a down payment on. Cancel all credit cards. Live as simple as you can. It can be done.
The world’s economic activities are overwhelming defined by enormous amounts of debt. This process occurs on both the micro level (as individuals work in jobs that they hate to pay off loans necessary for the cost of living) and on a macro level, as nation’s economies restrict themselves to pay off the national debt.
This process is a seemingly self-perpetuating and never-ending cycle. People and nations struggle to relieve themselves of a debt which is ever-increasing on account of interest payments. This process means that consumer culture defines the world’s economies and people are restricted from investing their talents in necessary endeavours such as the sustainability of the planet itself. But is there another way? According to the people at /TheRules, there is a way to break the cycle, and it involves global mobilization and the end of all debt.
The first step to ending debt culture begins in mind
We urge you to read as much as you can on ubuntuplanet.org website to inform yourself and realise how simple it really is. We urge you to set aside any pre-conceived ideas of how it may resemble other systems and jump to conclusions before you have absorbed the simple basic fundamentals of this beautiful way of life that is intended to allow every human being to thrive and enjoy life to their fullest potential. Without the draconian rules and restrictions that have been imposed on humanity everywhere today by those that are supposed to serve us – the people.“The concept of Contributionism first emerged in 2005 out of the research into ancient human history and how civilisation has morphed over thousands of years. It also became clear that all ancient cultures embrace a philosophy that was virtually identical in order to survive as isolated communities. This is the philosophy of UBUNTU, or what Tellinger originally called Contributionism.”
“It can be described as follows: “If it’s not good for everyone, it’s no good at all.”
The true global threat
At the rules, a new world is envisaged, one in which every human being on the planet is free to focus on their passions and to collaborate effectively to address the truly global threats. These threats include the scarcity of fresh drinking water in many regions of the developing world, the catastrophic scale of gas and oil production and the lack of spirituality and community identity in a world defined by economic miasma.
The first step to bringing this new world about must take place in the minds of people across the world for it to succeed. What we believe to real become real, they explain, and human beings have been socialized into framing every element of this world regarding money and capital. It was in the way that the Gross Domestic Product was claimed as the defining characteristic of measuring the process of civilization in the twentieth century. However, if people began to emphasize other aspects of success more highly that the accumulation of money then this could be overthrown.
A Gross National Happiness or another metric for measuring the progress of civilization could replace the emphasis on financial matters. This shift in measuring what is truly important to human society could eventually come to creating a new world of hope and advancement which is not tied to artificial concepts such as debt and monetary constraints.
Historical Debt Cancellations
In 1792BC, the self-proclaimed King Hammurabi of Babylon forgave all citizens’ debts owed to the government, high-ranking officials, and dignitaries.
The Code of Hammurabi, which currently sits in the Louvre in Paris, declared:
Hammourabi’s jubilees were part of a long line of debt cancellations that can be traced back to Mesopotamia as long ago as 2400BC.“If any one owe a debt for a loan, and a storm prostrates the grain, or the harvest fail, or the grain does not growth for lack of water, in that year he need not give his creditor any grain, he washes his debt-tablet in water and pays no rent for this year.”
Recent Debt Cancellations
A small southern eastern European country has announced a widescale programme of debt cancellation. No, it’s not Greece, but Croatia.
The Croatian government will be wiping off the liabilities of around 60,000 of its poorest citizens in a move to provide a “fresh start” for its indebted low-earners and get the economy moving again.
Thanks to: https://theawakezone.wordpress.com