September 10-13,’16 ~QofDay~ World Tragedies

How do you deal with all the tragedies in the world?

I distrust news sources, period! (As much those who claim conspiracy as those who deny it.)

Tragedy happens, millions of times every day.

Every time someone dies, or suffers agonizing loss, that is tragedy.

I deal with it because it exists. That doesn’t mean I like it.
I am a stand for creating systems that support cooperation and empowerment universally – where life and liberty is respected universally.
For me, that means reducing the probability of death to very small numbers, so that most people could reasonably expect to live for thousands of years, in full health, with all the resources they need to do whatever they responsibly choose.

That we (as a society) are for the most part trapped within a mode of thinking (market based values) that perpetuates scarcity and actively resists universal abundance, is a profound tragedy.

We have the potential for universal cooperation, and all the security that flows from that – and it just aint happening.

About Ted Howard NZ

Seems like I might be a cancer survivor. Thinking about the systemic incentives within the world we find ourselves in, and how we might adjust them to provide an environment that supports everyone (no exceptions) - see
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