On the Economy of Our Lives


We Are The World

“Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me”.Seymour Miller

If we want peace in our world, our home, ourselves, then love is the way. It is not about ‘making peace‘. Just as we cannot ‘make’ our children peaceful and calm, so we cannot ‘make’ our homes, our community or our world calm, peaceful and safe. Yet by choosing love, all these things can come to pass. Read more of what Bryan has to say…

Breathe, Love Will Enter, Peace Will Follow…

— David Durovy

On the Economy of Our Lives by Bryan Post

The dictionary offers several meanings of the word economy, two of which are: the disposition or regulation of the parts or functions of any organic whole; an organized system or method; and the efficient, sparing, or concise use of something: an economy of effort; an economy of movement. The key to a more regulated and efficient society equally lies within the home, as the home also is reflected in society. When Gandhi said, “Be the change you want to see in the world”, he spoke a simple truth, one that empowers us to seek to be an efficient and sparing part of a greater whole no matter how inefficient and unsparing that whole might appear to be. We matter. You matter. From within your home you can make a difference in the world. The energy and peace you can create gets pushed forward into the greater universe affecting everyone else. When you are in conflict, your ability to be efficient, sparing and working towards regulation impacts the greater system. For each time we struggle, we are challenged with an opportunity to grow, to learn, renew and move forward. Read more below…

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Everyone is aware of the stress our economy is under at this time, more debt than income. The whole system is in a state of dysregulation. The parts are working against one another trying to survive. Cellular biologist Bruce Lipton states that in times of stress our cellular system constricts into survival. Yet the body-mind system only knows two states: thriving or surviving. In the past number of years our economical system has worked neither sparingly or efficient and now it has caught up with us.

This is the economy of our lives. The world we live in. We are challenged to be more efficient, more sparing, more concise in our contributions to the organic whole. Save your words during an argument, conserve your energy, move within and listen rather than expend. Save, accrue, and then spend wisely your words and actions. Utilize your energy efficiently and sparingly for a time will come that requires it, and you will be ready to meet that challenge. You will be better off for it. Your family will be better off for it. The world will be better off for it.

Choose love — B.