A Scary Future

Our future is pretty scary. Or is it?

I have realized it is not necessarily the event itself, but the anticipation of the event that can bring us joy or pain in this moment of 'now.'

Where does the majority of fear reside? In the future.

Here are some trends of the future economy, which is increasing the gap between the rich and poor. Middle class Americans are on the hump:

Are trends nothing more than a belief about a future that hasn't yet happened?

What is a hypothesis? Here is the definition:

a supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence as a starting point for further investigation.

How much of our lives are predefined by our own hypothesis of what is possible or what will simply anticipate?

How much does our ideas about the future define our future?

Programming ourselves is the idea of predefining parameters (or even limits) to what the program can do.

To get ahead of this curve, we need to inform, act, and enforce.

You may be fortunate to live in an area unaffected by what is happening, but eventually, what is happening elsewhere will impact you.

The election of our president is exactly what wall street wanted. Over the next four years, many already on the take at wall street are going go become filthy rich.

Is there anything that can be done to stop the destruction of america? Given America is a major consumer in the world, our impact on the rest of the world is significant.

None of this makes me feel very good. But to put our head in the sand is only going to make matters worst.