Education Leads Us to Causation

Education Leads Us to Causation It is a well known, but not very often talked about fact of life, that the more educated we become in any subject, then the more we are at cause over it. No master painter, poet or parent is anymore at cause over their environment and the effects that they may create than they are educated in how to create those effects. This is so obvious on its face that it’s silly to even have to mention it at all, but yet just look around you and see how many people begin an endeavor and try and try and try some more to make it work out, and they have very little or even no education in how to do what it is that they are trying to do! Is it any wonder now why so many businesses fail in the first year or two? Having a dream is fine, we must be able to project a future well in advance of us actually having that future. If you cannot create and have a future in your mind, then you will never have a future in real life! The future that we create for ourselves and others, or no future at all, that is what we will end up with. Families struggle along, too often ending up broken apart due to failed marriages and lost jobs and other reasons also, but mainly it is due to a lack of education in some area of life which they then couldn’t handle. So knowing this, it behooves us to learn the basics of any subject that we need to know to not just survive in life, but to thrive, and then practice those basics until we can… Read More

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An Elastic Money Supply?

An Elastic Money Supply? When we have what is euphemistically referred to as an “elastic” money supply in use, then through various manipulations and schemes to revalue and devalue the fiat currency, many more hardships are wrought than we would have with something that acts as a storehouse of human labor. That is why the smart (but sometimes also very evil) people use their fiat currencies to buy up gold and silver before the fiat currency loses ALL of its perceived purchasing power. Why is it that gold is now over 1,500 USD per ounce, silver is near 50 USD per ounce, except by explanation that the perceived purchasing power of the fiat currency is declining and so now many more of these “dollars” are needed to counterbalance the equation? There is a REASON that we have the old, old saying about “worth its weight in gold”. Spices, which were used to preserve foods and meats before refrigeration, traded on par with gold, weight measure for weight measure, because the amount of human labor needed to collect up an ounce of gold was about equal to what it took to collect and process an ounce of spices. Ounce for ounce, pound for pound. It didn’t matter how small the unit of weight was. The volume of course is very wide in difference between the two, but the weights were the measure of the commodities at the time as they were so close. Anyone with a scale that was balanced when empty was also balanced when loaded, provided of course that the same amount of weight was in each pan. So when we hear or read of someone denouncing money, real money, something that is tangible and also represents human labor… Read More

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