History refers to the study of historic events, whereas we were taught that actions can be explained in the timeline of how they occurred, how they are being experienced right now, and, what the future will hold.
We are not sure how being minimalistic relates to greater benefits, what can be ascertained is that economic theory does not predict only regulations, and to think that we are being dominated by media-relations that indoctrinate us to feeling addicted to the television box makes me feel as though I am a de-humanized embryo, with restricted liberty.
It is strongly felt that the segregation of professions… has given rise to a structure that few will agree to reform, merely because it is in their self-interest to preserve.
It is dissociative to publicly claim what is right and privately justify that which breaches other ethics, particularly as you might be aware nobody controls your thoughts and you are able to frame-up arguments in any way you choose to influence, but still this can make you feel guilty, prejudiced and on the track of mind that actually society wants you to think, rather than your liberal self-interested ego which clarifies what your instinct really wants from life.
I have asked therefore what is your preferred obsession?
We tend to think that politicians make us believe that doing good has a positive outcome, however, we have clearly seen that this only leads to self-centred results, not to benefits for those who cannot afford to follow, and, this is a contentious ethical argument in socio-political speeches, where our contribution is felt but not very much measured except in structures that float high above, too high above you for you to reach individually.
Therefore, the promise of progressive productivity is really asking you to consume, and, clearly if we only wanted to encourage expenditure, without taking care of other factors contributing to happiness, then we will sense that there is a null hypothesis where the goals you project and the goals I project are never on the common path, as you seem quite territorial to myself in your speeches, does this reflect the impact of your proposals, or are we not allowed to know what you are cooking when we are not looking?
This hide and seek game called life is complicated, there are different versions of it amongst policymakers who believe that they can assume they know you better than you know yourself, clearly this may imply arrogance, and this is an undesirable trait in leadership.
I am not certain how the past influenced the present, and, what the present judge will think, he might be mistaken for all I care, however, I do care about foreseeing a future, and, so far, I am flooded with thoughts that seem to project me below ground rather than above the ground.
The discrepancy lies in services, I deduce.