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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Friday, November 07, 2008


What do we do?
Production value was the fuel of The Industrial Revolution.
(but) Human over-indulgence always seems to push the budget. (pad the envelope?)
Profit made sense to encourage creative over-head especially for research and development.
Expansion value is the basis of education and starts with family values, but there is a sensitive limit to how much we (can say we) take advantage of family members (and profit from them.)
Inspirational value is what motivates us to reach out to others, but it is so complicated that humans (have to) use money (to inspire.)
Money has symbolic value for conceptual health, so it may be limiting conceptual values that evolves healthy budgets.
The value of power can encourage energy development until the symptom of discouragement appears as (a) force.
The eroding force of a "trickle-down" concept is why power uses up the energy of it own basic foundation.
Conceptual value is trust that can share rights to (just) be.
Rational values seem to build trust but can also take advantage of indulgent thoughts.
There are so many values it has become too much responsibility for money to support.
We can't let tradition keep us from expanding our capacity to care.
Judgment is how much we care to think about our feelings.
Care is a scale from love to hate balanced by contentment.
The love side is supportive and encouraging but to criticize with the intention to discourage can lead to hate.
E-value is the encouragement in evaluation.


Blogger BBC said...

I try to care and love these monkeys but they do so many things that piss me off.

11/7/08, 6:25 PM  
Blogger Roberta S said...

I think the convolution and confusion of economics is spirited by a smudging of the boundaries of domestic (home-based) economics vs. market-place economics. I see a distinct separation that few people understand and the media forever chooses to ignore.

I stimulate home-based economy by spending more time in the kitchen 'motivating myself with inspirational values and [the] healthy budgeting' that I think you are referring to in this post. But that global market -- the only way to support it is with stimulated spending, more credit cards, more shopping trips. I'm a failure at that because I hate shopping and the one credit card I have, I hate to use. [so hanging head with shame] Guess I'm a dismal failure at assisting the failing economy - globally, that is.

11/7/08, 9:20 PM  
Blogger brad4d said...

This intro is to appreciate your observation by creating a "participation credit" that encourage supports "trading" information and service as a "additional" incentive to supplement and share our energies generously. Your experience is about allowing styles of budgeting to coexist with some kind of "Java-like" code of behavior modification. Money causes desperation, "Lack of money is the root of all evil" said Rev. Ike in 1977 but that attitude is the symptom of this crash.

Thank you for your style of home-based economics, Roberta.

Bill, I like the way you care enough to feel pissed-off, Thanks for your spirit.

11/8/08, 7:46 AM  

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