Contractual Representation

In order to clarify what I mean by hired representation I want to introduce it in terms of being a contractual representation. Contractual representation is a political representative that individuals would sign a contract with to provide them with a particular type of political representation. If the conditions of the contract are not met, then the grieved party could sue the other party for damages. This contractual political representation would last only as long as the length of the contract. Once the contract had expired a person would be free to sign a contract with a different contracted political representative.

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[x] Medical Entrustment

An example of an entrusted form of self-government would be to socially entrust our medical industry. This would require that each medical condition be given its own civil trust consisting of all of the doctors, institutions, manufacturers, hospitals and patients involved with the condition. All of the various participants of a given medical condition would within their own civil trust have their own hired trustee to represent their interests and concerns to everyone else.

Since a civil trust would also be its own legislative body, the hired representatives of the doctors, institutions, manufacturers, hospitals and patients would be able to govern their relationships in the best interests of all concerned.

This would permit all of the members’ concerns with a medical condition to know the needs and capabilities of all those involved in its consumption and production. Medically it would bring together all of those involved with a particular medical condition which would help in tracking a condition, researching it and providing for its patients and healthcare providers.

This would place all medical conditions within their own civil trusts that together would be apart of a greater medical industry that could be self-supporting and self-governed by those most directly involved with each particular condition.

(pt1) Returning to Blogging

Let me first apologies for my absence. Last August I had to undergo a Laminectomy and I’ve had a hard recovery that has prevented me from working on the computer. But now I’m feeling fit enough to start blogging again.

Many of you know that I have been writing a book entitled Cosmopoly. What I want to start providing is an introduction to the concepts within my book because I want to start a dialog about how we can reorganize ourselves to meet the new problems that we now face and will continue to face in the future.

We are in one of those times in human history where the ways that things where done in the past are being replaced by how things will need to be done in the future. We are being forced to redefine ourselves according to the new situations that we are increasingly finding ourselves in. Where this will lead to and how we will get there will depend on how we interact with one another in trying to achieve our common concerns and interests. For the first time in human history the world will be what we make of it. We have the power within ourselves to remake the world in our own image.

Back in Action

Well, this time I hope there won’t be another setback. On 10/2/09 in my Returning To Blogging I hoped that I was ready, but nature showed me the error of my over ambition.  Mother nature let me know that the same muscles that I use to blog with were also the muscles that I was supposed to allow to relax. But now I have been told that I can return to blogging in moderation. So I will begin blogging again by talking about change and how it has affected us in the past and how it is affecting us today. I begin with change because we are in the greatest period of change in the history of mankind. How we react to this change will determine if we as humanity survive as well as the course that our planet will have to take in response.

Institutionalizing Human Experiences through Culture

Societies form cultures to maintain the common experiences needed by its members to collectively maintain their society. Culture institutionalizes our human experiences. It defines what our human relationships should be.

Culture both defines those individuals that identify themselves with the culture as well as being redefined by its own membership. Therefore, culture can change through its own membership by adopting additional things or by them rejecting things that were once believed to be sacrosanct.

Personal Update

Dear reader, I have been having computer problems and it looks like I will have to take my computer in for servicing which apparently is a two-week process. Therefore, unfortunately, I will have to discontinue blogging for two-weeks until I get my computer back. But I will leave you with this thought, “ If you can imagine a better world you can make a better world”. Till next time! 

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Easter Greetings

On this day I want to wish the world a happy Easter and peace to all upon our earth.

Man’s Inhumanity to Man

Yesterday I attended a great art exhibit titled” Man’s Inhumanity to Man”.  It dealt with what seems to be humanity’s destructive nature in destroying what we feel is not like us, what is different and, therefore, useless to how we view the world. It forces us to look deep into our souls and see what not only makes us different from those that would perpetrate atrocities but also what makes us similar to them.  It was a very moving experience that I recommend to everyone that can attend. 

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