J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 07-03-2018

Animal’s Daily Capitalism 101 News

The growing prevalence of refrigerators is partly due to their declining cost and partly due to people’s growing incomes. In 1919, the Frigidaire was the first self-contained refrigerator. It cost $775. As the average hourly wage in 1919 was just $0.43, it took the average American 1,802 hours of work to afford this luxury appliance. Today, the standard Whirlpool French door refrigerator holds 25 cubic feet’s worth of food and drink. 

According to the latest BLS statistics, it would take the average American just 57.5 hours of work to be able to afford this – now common – appliance. Even as the price of refrigerators decreased, refrigerator quality increased. The modern refrigerators have more settings, are more reliable and more energy-efficient. You can, of course, apply the same historical example to microwave ovens, cellular phones, televisions, and many more consumer items. Here’s the thing about capitalism – real, free market, non-crony capitalism – it works every time it’s tried. 

There is no underlying philosophy other than liberty; there is no dogma, no set of underlying principles other than leaving people the hell alone. Capitalism in the pure form is nothing more than millions of people making up their own minds, free of outside pressure, as to how to manage their own talents, skills and resources and when and with whom to engage in voluntary trade. Capitalism is free people dealing with each other voluntarily in free markets. 

Keywords: [“refrigerator”,”people”,”free”]
Source: http://www.frombearcreek.com/animals-daily-capitalism-101-news

A Terrifying Experiment

In 1974, artist Marina Abramović staged a performance art piece titled Rhythm 0. She stood motionless in an art gallery for exactly 6 hours. To the side stood a table bearing dozens of objects, each selected for their associations with pain or pleasure: a whip, honey, grapes, a feather, knives, lipstick, a camera, a scalpel, a rose, a gun and a single bullet. Audience members were modest and timid at first, repositioning her arms, using the items nervously. One participant put a bullet in the gun and pointed it at her head, and held it there, finger on the trigger, until another audience member eventually pushed the gun away. 

Throughout the performance, Abramović remained passive. At the end of the six hours, the curator announced that the performance was concluded. Abramović stood up, tears in her eyes, blood dripping from her neck, and walked towards the audience. Nobody wanted to confront the active, animated version of the passive figure they had been abusing. Humanity is cruelest when presented with a passive victim, and that’s why would-be oppressors first seek to silence their targets. 

As Abramović’s performance 40 years ago shows, society will always do its worst to a passive victim. When the abusers find that their victim is no longer a passive object, that she’s stepping forward to confront them face to face, their taste for confrontation suddenly vanishes. 

Keywords: [“performance”,”passive”,”Audience”]
Source: https://johndopp.com/reality-0-marina-abramovic

What are the negative effects of capitalism

The negative effects of greenhouse effect is very well known among people as global warming. Global warming is a recent phenomena of the 20th and the 21st century. The adverse effects of global warming start from temperature rise to melting of polar ice caps and submerging of the islands and coastal areas under water. All that water again heats up and produces condensation, floats to other parts of the world in clouds, and drops down like rain. There is a global climate change from that repeated compounding weather pattern. 

On land, if pollution and deforestation is not controlled and the greenhouse effect keeps going we could see temperatures rise by another degree in the next hundred years. Earth will be a giant aquarium with all landmasses under water. Making freshwater from saltwater for supplying our world’s drinking water is helping. Bringing saltwater inland supplies fresh fish, faster than having to pollute our environment by using fishing vessels. Maybe tapping into our own oil reserves, growing our own sustainable environment without electrical, industrial, or chemical factors, or finding other uses for water rather than letting it flood us to extinction, can be researched. 

The continuous technological advancement that the world has today have actually contributed a lot to global warming. Some of these turns into pollution rather than actual environmental help. 

Keywords: [“global”,”water”,”effect”]
Source: http://www.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_negative_effects_of_capitalism

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J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-25-2018

FFM: Compassionate Conservative

I am a Republican who has taken a sabbatical until my party gets back to being what George Bush called a compassionate conservative. This is one who believes in free enterprise, competition and having a strong government to control free markets. These conservatives also recognize there are some objectives of society that are better overseen by government rather than the private sector. My Republican party recognizes free markets purpose is to help meet the needs of society. Society is not here to meet the needs of free markets. 

Government has the responsibility of being a fair referee ensuring our markets are indeed free and not controlled by a few entities depriving society of the wonders of competition. Many conservatives today forgot what Milton and Rose Friedman in their book, Capitalism and Freedom, said of the role of government in a free society. These functions are generally those providing benefits to society as a whole including defense, basic research and development, preservation and optimal utilization of our natural resources including its people, education, care for the poor and needy, building and maintaining the countries infrastructure and of course the protection of free markets from corruption and unscrupulous behavior. Sometimes both parties lose their way and presently it is my party, the Republican Party, that has gotten too far off track and needs to take corrective action. The Democrats have also made blunders including their handling of health care reform. 

We needed health care reform but it went too far and the Democrats, and the country, are now paying the price of not allowing sufficient Republican input into the passage of the bill. 

Keywords: [“free”,”society”,”markets”]
Source: http://www.freeourfreemarkets.org/2013/04/compassionate-conservative.html

Op-Ed: Capitalism and spirituality, part two – The Stanford Daily

Sadhguru has a huge following in India and internationally. This language, with Sadhguru’s brilliance and humor, has made him an appealing guru around Silicon Valley. Four years ago I attended another public conversation with Sadhguru at Stanford. Having gotten a glimpse of his economic and social ideas at that time, I wasn’t surprised to hear that he is now teaming up with a leader in the private equity world to talk about the compatibility of capitalism and spirituality. Sadhguru presented what struck me as a troubling version of trickle-down spiritual economics. 

Sadhguru proposed that he would spiritually transform the billionaires, and they would solve the problems of inequality and suffering among those who are economically below them. I am sure that when Sadhguru teaches meditation, pranayama and yoga asanas along with inspiring wisdom and delightful humor, to millionaires, billionaires and rising tech workers and entrepreneurs, they will feel better about themselves and become more effective at what they do. Perhaps corporate leaders will buy more massage chairs and other instruments of well-being for their employees; perhaps they will make more donations to good causes. The 2000 leading Indians, or the 85 billionaires, will for the most part resist, threaten, lie to and attack them. Another disturbing aspect of Sadhguru’s talk was his allusion to transformation in India. 

Modi has positioned himself as the promoter of business and economic growth and as the strong leader India needs. Googling Sadhguru + Modi will bring up videos of Sadhguru meeting with or speaking highly of Modi. 

Keywords: [“Sadhguru”,”lead”,”Business”]
Source: https://www.stanforddaily.com/2018/04/19/op-ed-capitalism-and…

Integral to Compassionate Capitalism

Every CEO & Angel Investor needs to hear the insights Karen and Jim will discuss on this segment of the Compassionate Capitalist Radio Podcast. All of that is described in the book and Jim shares tactical and strategic plans for CEOs in his book, Igniting Purpose Driven Leadership, that can lead to sustainable and profitable growth by figuring out how to shift your team to abundance by unleashing their creativity. This is important for investors to understand as well because if the team is too focused on just one innovation, they risk stagnation a few years in to the project and hitting a plateau that will limit their ability to produce the return on investment you expect. About Jim Nevada: Jim is the CEO of the Nevada Group, which helps executives create a purpose-driven culture that attracts and keeps top talent, so they can experience rapid growth and higher profitability. Jim has extensive executive experience, including 20 years as Chief Financial Officer of publicly-traded and privately-held professional service firms, and served as President in one of the largest firms in the sector. 

He also has many years of experience in M&A, having worked on numerous transactions, including some of the largest deals in the sector. About Karen Rands: Karen has been working with entrepreneurs on growth and expansion strategies and access to capital for over 15 years. She has been active in the Angel Investor and Venture Capital community for over 10 years. Her best selling book, Inside Secrets to Angel Investing, is the foundation for the Compassionate Capitalist Movement. 

Keywords: [“years”,”Jim”,”Investor”]
Source: https://www.karenrands.co/igniting-purpose-driven-leadership…

10 Different Types of Libertarianism

The popular sci-fi novel Jennifer Government describes a system that is very close to anarcho-capitalist. Civil libertarians believe that the government should not pass laws that restrict, oppress, or selectively fail to protect people in their day-to-day lives. Civil libertarians may or may not also be fiscal libertarians. Classical liberals agree with the words of the Declaration of Independence: That all people have basic human rights, and that the sole legitimate function of government is to protect those rights. Fiscal libertarians believe in free trade, low taxes, and minimal corporate regulation. 

Most traditional Republicans are moderate fiscal libertarians. Geolibertarians are fiscal libertarians who believe that land can never be owned, but may be rented. Libertarian socialists agree with anarcho-capitalists that government is a monopoly and should be abolished, but they believe that nations should be ruled instead by work-share cooperatives or labor unions instead of corporations. The philosopher Noam Chomsky is the best known American libertarian socialist. Like anarcho-capitalists and libertarian socialists, minarchists believe that most functions currently served by the government should be served by smaller, non-government groups. 

At the same time they believe that a government is still needed to serve a few collective needs, such as military defense. Neolibertarians are fiscal libertarians who support a strong military and believe that the U.S. government should use that military to overthrow dangerous and oppressive regimes. 

Keywords: [“Libertarian”,”believe”,”government”]
Source: https://www.thoughtco.com/what-kind-of-libertarian-are-you-721655

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-01-2018

Compassionate Capitalism and the Odious Orphanage – Rev. Christopher Marlin-Warfield, CFRE

Lately, I’ve been playing with an idea I call ‘compassionate capitalism’. This is the idea that we can use capitalism – an economic system where private parties own the means of production and operate them to make a profit for themselves – to solve big social problems like poverty. Charity skeptics really like compassionate capitalism, and both Dan Pallotta and Steve Rothschild are advocates. While it’s probably true that capitalism can be used to mitigate big social problems, there no guarantee that it will be used to do that. If you want some absurd dystopianism, here it is: a smart investor – who only wants to make as much money as possible – could invest in the companies that cause social problems and the ones that work to solve them. 

It needed money, and it could get that money by charging wealthy westerners for the experience of coming to the orphanage and reading to the orphans. Mission trip volunteers who go to that orphanage to read to orphans aren’t doing anything wrong. It’s the mindset that makes the orphanage be willing to exploit those orphans in order to get money. Now, that’s not exactly capitalism, but it’s capitalism adjacent. The odious orphanage is willing to abandon – or, at least, to downplay – other values in the interest of acquiring money. 

It’s a perfect example of why we need to make sure that capitalism is bound by higher values: even ‘compassionate capitalism’ that is trying to solve big social problems can wander into a perverted place. We need to make sure that capitalism is bound by higher values: even ‘compassionate capitalism’ that is trying to solve big social problems can wander into a perverted place. 

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”money”,”social”]
Source: https://cmarlinwarfield.com/compassionate-capitalism-and-the…

5 Habits of Highly Compassionate Men by Kozo Hattori

Dr. Ted Zeff believes that only compassionate men can save the planet. I committed to a daily meditation practice, took the CCARE Cultivating Compassion class at Stanford University, and completed a 10-day silent meditation retreat. Most events I attend that discuss compassion are predominately attended by women. Although many men in society see compassion and sympathy as feminine-which translates to a weakness in our patriarchal society-all of the compassionate men I interviewed view compassion as a strength. 

Dr. Ted Zeff, author of the book Raise an Emotionally Healthy Boy, believes that only compassionate men can save the planet. All of the compassionate men seemed to have role models that supported their compassion instinct. Chade-Meng Tan, author of Search Inside Yourself, cites Ben Kingsley’s portrayal of Gandhi as a role model for compassion. Jesus and Buddha are obvious role models of compassion. 

Both Dr. Doty and Scott Kriens emphasize authenticity as a necessary pathway to compassion. Tears welled up in Doty’s eyes a number of times when he talked about compassion. Self-awareness through mindfulness practices like meditation, silent prayer, or being in nature allow compassionate men to embrace suffering without reacting, resisting, or repressing. So the path to making more compassionate men is clear: Understand compassion as a strength, get to know yourself, transcend gender roles, look for positive role models-and become one yourself. 

Keywords: [“compassion”,”men”,”compassionate”]
Source: http://www.yesmagazine.org/happiness/five-habits-of-highly-compassionate-men

Compassionate Capitalism

Capitalism is the economic system of our nation and has provided an environment in which many have amassed enormous wealth. The top 1% of the wealthy own more than one-third of the wealth in this country. The rich, once they are affluent, do not view their abundant financial resources as an opportunity to help those much less fortunate, much less as a responsibility. The homes are often much bigger than necessary for a comfortable living. More than 40 million people live below the stated poverty level. 

For them the American dream is more like a nightmare. Our lust to acquire is fueled by a daily bombardment of compelling commercials designed to persuade consumers to buy more and more products, most of which are for convenience and not out of necessity. One does not have to look far in any community to find people who struggle on a daily basis just to survive. Thankfully, there are commendable efforts made by various organizations in every community to address the plight of the poor. Socialism is not the answer to correcting poverty driven situations despite the growing chorus of people who naively think it is. 

To support a system in which the government controls much of the wealth and how it is distributed will not alleviate the problems related to inequality. People like Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, two of America’s richest individuals, are leading the way in trying to motivate the wealthy to work together in addressing circumstances tied to inequality. 

Keywords: [“more”,”people”,”live”]
Source: http://tharelshirah.com/blog/compassionate-capitalism

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J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 05-23-2018

Are the Poor More Compassionate?

GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: So, according to a new study, the poor are more compassionate than the un-poor. I guess by this logic, we should re-elect President Obama because we now have more poor people than ever, and that could only be good because they’re good. The culture of compassion doesn’t explain why a lot of crime is poor on poor. Forty-four million people are on food stamps right now. A lot more great people under the Obama administration. 

MARSHALL: Well, you can, but obviously, you can’t – obviously according to the study from Berkeley, because the poor people don’t have the money. Rich people have money and I think we’re going to get -. The people who give money, I’m guessing a lot of them are rich. Every time that the left – sorry, Leslie – but the left gets the right to sit around and talk about who is better, rich people or poor people. Poor people identify with people who are poor, down and out because they are poor, they have been poor. 

The very liberal people, 1.2 percent of their income. UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The people that can least afford these shoes are buying these shoes. 

Keywords: [“people”,”poor”,”more”]
Source: http://www.foxnews.com/transcript/2011/12/29/are-poor-more-compassionate.html

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Compassionate Capitalism Archives

Pay attention to the soul of your business or you might miss incredible opportunities. Business is the most pervasive and influential force on the planet today. Its activities transcend national and international borders. Its activities are not unduly constrained by financial, political, cultural, ethnic, or religious concerns. The net of this is that business, as a prevalent and important force, has a moral responsibility to guide, enhance, value, and nourish the existence of all that it encounters. 

In the world today, the absolute opposite of this occurs. Business today seldom assesses the efficacy of its activities through the lens of anything but profit. Traditional capitalism forgets an important variable, that of happiness. The true purpose of business is to uplift the experience of existing. It is not to produce ever-cheaper goods and services. 

Compassionate capitalism is an economic system meant to make a lot of money, help a lot of people, and have a lot of fun. It is not to keep an avaricious and toxic economic model afloat and it is certainly not to make a profit. 

Keywords: [“Business”,”lot”,”activities”]
Source: http://ivanmisner.com/tag/compassionate-capitalism

Socialism is NOT Compassionate & Why This Should Matter to Christians

Christians should care about politics because, ultimately, we care about people. Government has an increasingly large influence on the lives of people, thus we cannot ignore politics. What we encounter in discussing societal issues today with Christians is that many think socialism is good. Socialism is government mandated activities or government control of assets. When the government redistributes wealth it even hurts the people it is trying to help! 

Every time the government gets involved in something, in the long run it hurts the economy. Socialism reduces the incentive to innovate and produce. Rights are God-given to personhood rather than something conferred by government. America’s Declaration of Independence explains that liberty-that is, freedom from government interference-is also a right. So liberals who say that something like government health care is a right in fact have it backwards. 

Government interference into health care tramples on liberty and thus tramples on our rights! We are not arguing that government has no role to play in society. 

Keywords: [“Government”,”right”,”people”]
Source: http://www.faithfacts.org/blog/socialism-is-not-compassionate

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 05-22-2018

Why students are attracted to Socialism and give capitalism an F?

As students most get attracted to the ideals of socialism and breathe by it. Post college and getting into a job/business, we move towards capitalism and breathe by it. Though few friends say they have moved from Capitalism to Socialism seeing the ruthless corporate world. BK Marcus reflects on this phenomenon of students giving capitalism an F:. Not only are young voters more likely to support Democrats than Republicans, they are also more likely to support the most left-wing Democrats. 

Capitalism was big business: McDonald’s, IBM, the military-industrial complex. There is little doubt that capitalism is associated with all evils of the world as socialism once was. In latter, we saw the politicians amassing huge wealth in the name of socialism and in former, it is the big corporates and finance guys who have done the same. In socialism the idea was govt would redistribute which failed. In capitalism it was market forces which were supposed to do the same but have been found equally wanting. 

According to Pastin, the highest-performing students were both more likely to be self-declared socialists and more likely to meet his proposal with outrage: grading, they argued, should be a matter of merit. Let’s say the class follows capitalism which selects on merit. This is what has been happening in world of capitalism for centuries now. 

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”socialism”,”more”]
Source: https://mostlyeconomics.wordpress.com/2016/03/15/why-students-are…

To Be Genuinely Compassionate, Politicians Should Focus on Job Creation, not Unemployment Benefits

The current debate about extending unemployment benefits is remarkable because certain politicians want to give people money on the condition that they don’t get a job. There is a problem with joblessness, to be sure, but it’s misguided to think that extending unemployment benefits is the compassionate response. The black unemployment rate is more than twice that of whites. We explain that more unemployment benefits is a misguided approach. The unemployed need a strong job market, not endless handouts that create dependency. 

If we are serious about keeping workers out of the long-term unemployment trap, we must have a debate about which policies cause unemployment and which policies create jobs. The column cites many of the academic studies showing that unemployment benefits lead to more joblessness. It doesn’t focus specifically on unemployment benefits, but it makes a great point about labor supply incentives. Big government is responsible for today’s unemployment situation. Since President Obama was elected, we have spent $560 billion on unemployment benefits. 

The United States enjoyed strong levels of job creation during both the Reagan and Clinton years. Well, as illustrated by this chart, they both presided over periods with impressive job creation. 

Keywords: [“unemployment”,”government”,”job”]
Source: https://danieljmitchell.wordpress.com/2014/01/10/to-be-genuinely…

Canadian Conservative Forum

I don’t think there is any question that globalization is of great benefit not only for Canada, but also for the entire world. The process of globalization creates an enviable playing field for economic growth by limiting the amount of trade barriers and opening up the free market. Many have written negative articles and books about globalization. William Greider of Rolling Stone threw everything and the kitchen sink against globalization. As a self-described libertarian conservative, I can think of no better option to follow other than globalization for three reasons. 

First, globalization will provide an equal opportunity, on a level playing field, for potential success. Second, globalization will open up the lines of international trade. Third, globalization will enhance the technological market. While not perfect, the technological boom has enhanced the future prospects of globalization. A typical attack on globalization by the left is that it looks out for the individual rather than the interests of the community. 

Globalization produces winners and losers, not a socialist communal fantasy of free money and protecting a country’s economy. Globalization opens up a whole new range of trading possibilities and free market activity. 

Keywords: [“globalization”,”free”,”market”]
Source: http://www.conservativeforum.org/EssaysForm.asp?ID=6074

Compassion International

Compassion International is a nonprofit organization founded in 1952 by Reverend Everett Swanson. Swanson felt driven to help South Korean children who were left orphaned due to the war. Today this organization aims to provide over 1.2 million children in twenty-six countries with food, shelter, education and health care, and Christian training. Although Compassion International began in South Korea, the idea caught the attention of other people and it began to spread throughout the world. Compassion International is funded by charitable donations that are tax deductible in the United States. 

Last year about 520 million dollars was donated to this charity, and of that 520 million, 80 % went towards program activities for the children. There are a few characteristics of Compassion International that makes them different from other nonprofit organizations. One characteristic is their commitment to the children. Their ministry is focused on each individual child and their needs. They work holistically with every child to focus on their spiritual, economic, social and physical needs. 

Another characteristic is their commitment to Christ. Compassion International believes that Jesus Christ is the heart of their ministry. 

Keywords: [“Compassion”,”International”,”organization”]
Source: http://www.antiessays.com/free-essays/Compassion-International-183039.html

What is Marxism

Marxism is an economic and social system based upon the political and economic theories of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. According to Marx a class is defined by the relations of its members to the means of production. He proclaimed that history is the chronology of class struggles, wars, and uprisings. Under capitalism, Marx continues, the workers, in order to support their families are paid a bare minimum wage or salary. The worker is alienated because he has no control over the labor or product which he produces. 

The capitalists sell the products produced by the workers at a proportional value as related to the labor involved. Surplus value is the difference between what the worker is paid and the price for which the product is sold. An increasing immiseration of the proletariat occurs as the result of economic recessions; these recessions result because the working class is unable to buy the full product of their labors and the ruling capitalists do not consume all of the surplus value. A proletariat or socialist revolution must occur, according to Marx, where the state is a dictatorship of the proletariat. Religion, according to Marx was the response to the pain of being alive, the response to earthly suffering. 

Keywords: [“work”,”class”,”Marx”]
Source: https://www.allaboutphilosophy.org/what-is-marxism-faq.htm

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 05-06-2018

Capitalism Is Good and Good for You

Fr. Sirico: Faith and free markets work well together. Similarly tedious but necessary is the duty of defenders of free-market capitalism to point out to friends on the left that, no, we do not believe in the Gospel of Gordon Gekko, either. The case for a free economy must be made, as Arthur Brooks has recently written in National Review. Father Sirico’s defense is partly autobiographical. 

From that moment, Sirico continued to think about what kind of society he really did want and what part free markets played in it. As Sirico returned to his childhood Catholic faith, he realized a definite compatibility between the vision of humans assumed by free-market economics and the vision he had been taught in the catechesis of his youth. Made in God’s image, man is a free being who is creative and in mutually dependent relationships with others. Unlike the leftists he was leaving, Sirico realized that justice was indeed important – but so were mercy and charity. The first is that in contrast to Catholics on the left who imply that Democratic budgets are the natural outgrowth of the Nicene Creed, Sirico is not claiming a dogmatic status for any particular belief about free markets; he is only noting congruities between faith and free-market reasoning. 

Capitalism may be the system that produces the most material wealth. What makes Sirico’s defense of a free economy all the stronger is his consistent acknowledgment that a functioning free market neither immanentizes the eschaton, making heaven on earth, nor makes a society virtuous or whole. Homo economicus may be a useful abstraction for certain economics problems, but the human capital of love, loyalty, and sacrifice is the kind of capital required for a successful capitalism. 

Keywords: [“Sirico”,”free”,”Market”]
Source: https://www.nationalreview.com/2012/06/capitalism-good-and-good…

Hope Springs Eternal: Conscious Capitalism In The Cannabis Industry

Unlike any other industry, entrepreneurs in the field of cannabis have had to overcome legal barriers and social stigma in order to pave the road toward a healthier, more sustainable, prosperous future. As we discussed during our interview with Quddus last month, social responsibility is a driving force for many cannabis entrepreneurs who often risk a lot to enter a controversial industry with the eternal hope that, some day, the barriers will be gone. Nowhere is that more evident than in the hemp industry. Now that more states are embracing hemp regulation, hemp is offering new hope for farmers to capitalize on its potential for lucrative returns. It’s providing doctors and scientists with opportunity to transform the field of medicine and save lives with new cures where conventional pharmaceuticals have failed. 

It’s also providing a new generation of innovators with opportunity create sustainable industry by replacing dangerous pharmaceuticals with natural therapies and toxic petrochemicals with a cost-effective, carbon neutral raw material. Not only can hemp drastically reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, it also has remedial applications for restoring carbon, remediating toxic waste and protecting our precious forests, water tables and natural resources. When asked why they risked their own careers, financial security and personal freedom to enter the field of cannabis, chances are most of the industry’s entrepreneurs will say it’s because they believe in its potential to make the world a better place. Most will tell you that it’s the most gratifying career shift they have ever taken. Both are conscious capitalists who entered the realm of cannabis to improve lives and make a difference. 

Keywords: [“hemp”,”industry”,”cannabis”]
Source: https://www.thecannabisreporter.com/hope-springs-eternal-conscious…

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Keywords: [“Download”,”pdf”,”enter”]
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J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 03-05-2018

Le Capitalisme Avec La Compassion et L’Integrite Inconditionnelle, Toujours!

It should be very clear by now that I am some form of Laissez Faire capitalist. It only takes one unethical Madoff, to ruin hundreds of ethical human beings lives. The system will do that but it’s people, not theory, that I care about now. If I have just proved myself to be as intellectually incongruous as most of the people I can’t stand, well. David Kelley and Nathaniel Branden both have come up with powerful teachings about the importance of benevolence and integrity in a rational society. Both of them will tell me that I’m inconsistent in my belief and that I’m not much help to the rationalist / capitalist cause. I can dig them even if it’s not going to be reciprocated. To me, they have the most important teachings about both capitalism and about living in a capitalist society. Capitalism works best when capitalist leaders have a very high level of integrity and when it’s philosophically acceptable to help others even in an individualistic system. It means that capitalists need to have unconditional integrity and need take responsibility for their actions.

Keywords: [“people”,”capitalist”,”even”]
Source: https://almostrational.wordpress.com/2011/10/23/le-capitalisme…

Mindfulness is not enough: Why equanimity holds the key to compassion

Para valorar el mindfulness, es necesario centrarse en las ideas del no juicio y de la aceptación ya que esto conceptualmente sustenta la práctica. El no juicio es una palabra importante en una variedad de profesiones de ayuda y un valour fundamental de muchas prácticas. En el contexto de las intervenciones basadas en el mindfulness, la aceptación de los pensamientos de manera no prejuiciosa es un ingrediente esencial. Sin embargo, el autor está en contra de la capacidad de las personas de ser imparciales, dada la profundidad de su significado. El autor presenta un modelo conceptual de juicio e «ignorancia presente de forma natural» para explorar conceptualmente las barreras potenciales a la práctica. El autor plantea la hipótesis de que la ecuanimidad es el factor mediador clave para facilitar la compasión. Se creó y se abordó un modelo conceptual de juicio. Además, se creó un modelo teórico de «ignorancia presente de forma natural» para subrayar las barreras a la ecuanimidad, con la motivación de cultivar la compasión.

Keywords: [“la”,”Para”,”juicio”]
Source: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2445407917300277

The Reluctant Capitalist

I come to this point in my journey as someone who cannot be criticised as lacking in compassion, as lacking in concern for the poor. I have spent most of my working life in social care, working with vulnerable and needy families, with disadvantaged young people and with the poorest people in our community. I have seen poverty, squalor, social exclusion and desperate need. I have worked in the public sector for many years, within statutory agencies and I have seen health, social care and criminal justice processes close up. I have been immersed in every aspect of the welfare state, at close hand – observing it in action and viewing the effect on people’s lives. I have come to one unmistakable conclusion – as someone who hates economic and spiritual poverty – that the welfare state, socialism, social democratism, call it what you will, has done little to improve the lot of the poor. It is increasingly my view that it has worsened their situation and has sucked any vestiges of spirit and self-reliance from their lives.

Keywords: [“social”,”people”,”worked”]
Source: https://thereluctantcapitalist.wordpress.com/tag/compassion

Musings on Compassion, Suffering and Free Markets

The Dharma is the teachings of the Buddha and is part of the foundation of Buddhism. Libertarianism is a political and economic theory based on free markets and limited government. In its teachings, I find great meaning and satisfaction and in meditation great relief from stress. Learning to see the world as it is, not as it appears is called enlightenment and is the goal of Buddhism. It does a great job of helping us negotiate the physical world we live in. Incredibly it does a wonderful job of describing the hidden world of subatomic physics as well. This goes a long way toward validating much of what the Buddha taught. I am also a Libertarian and believe greatly in the power of free markets, capitalism and personal freedom. As a result I have decided to create this blog where I will attempt to show the value of free markets and how free market capitalism couples well with Buddhism. Hopefully I will learn, teach and have interesting and enlightening conversations via this blog.

Keywords: [“Buddhism”,”free”,”market”]
Source: https://dharmatarian.wordpress.com/tag/capitalism

The Pope Should Know Capitalism Fights Poverty

Now, let me give you a couple of pull quotes from this piece. The theme of this is that redistribution’s great, taking from those who have more and giving to those who have less, on paper. That’s how you make people think that you’re good guy. You know, a guest host of this program, the great Walter Williams believes in giving something back, but only if you’re a criminal. He’s raising money from other people he gives back, or she, or whoever. If you’re Obama and having people write your books for you and earning lot, that’s really, really good. Poverty is by far the economic circumstance most people are born into and live in, in the world. The government gives you health care with $500 Band-Aids. BREAK TRANSCRIPT. RUSH: Let me give you some numbers here. Without capitalism, there wouldn’t be enough people with enough money to give it to the Catholic Church in the form of donations itself.

Keywords: [“give”,”people”,”money”]
Source: https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2013/12/09/the_pope_should_know…

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 03-02-2018

Hernando de Soto Quotes

The hour of capitalism’s greatest triumph is its hour of crisis. The fall of the Berlin Wall ended more than a century of political competition between capitalism and communism. Capitalism stands alone as the only feasible way to rationally organize a modern economy. At this moment in history, no responsible nation has a choice. As a result, with varying degrees of enthusiasm, Third World and former communist nations have balanced their budgets, cut subsidies, welcomed foreign investment, and dropped their tariff barriers. Their efforts have been repaid with bitter disappointment. Much more important to me are freedom, compassion for the poor, respect for the social contract, and equal opportunity. For the moment, to achieve those goals, capitalism is the only game in town. It is the only system we know that provides us with the tools required to create massive surplus value. How can capitalism be in trouble when the Dow Jones Industrial average is climbing higher than Sir Edmund Hillary? Americans look at other nations and see progress, even if it is slow and uneven.

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”nation”,”Americans”]
Source: http://www.notable-quotes.com/d/de_soto_hernando.html

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compassion – A Traveler’s Thoughts

My last name is Portuguese in origin, and it translates to cupid or little love, the diminutive form of love. So what is love? Love for most of us is the personal feeling of loving specifically another person. Is love these things? On a relative level, the answer has to be yes. The fundamental insight that the Buddha had was that love is based on the desire for permanence, a permanence that cannot ultimately be satisfied. Is it possible to love without being attached? I think this is the meaning of karuna, or the Sanskrit term for compassion. In ultimate karuna, there is no desire for ANY kind of repayment in one’s love. Kind of like the John Lennon Love is Real- “Love is wanting to be loved”. Well hate to disagree with John, but real love does not need anything in return. A mother’s love approaches this kind of love, it is a good model for thinking about it, but even a mother desires her son or daughter to repay them with kindness, and this should be our desire as well. True love for me actually isn’t God’s love, unless it is as an ideal.

Keywords: [“love”,”name”,”thing”]
Source: https://amorinoblog.wordpress.com/tag/compassion

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-03-2018 – JR Test Site

Proof Capitalism is Compassionate: Billion dollar New Zealand dairy co-op to provide every single primary school student in the country with free milk every day because a pilot test showed it boosted milk sales substantially. Reading book is not obligation and force for everybody. Read a book becomes a choice of your different characteristics. For some reasons, this compassionate capitalism tends to be the representative book in this website. There will come several differences of how you find compassionate capitalism in this website and off library or the book stores. The major reason is that you may not go for long moment to seek for the book. Ca p ita We have hundreds lists of the book PDFs that can be your guidance in finding the right book. Yeah, it’s because so many books are provided in this website. Have you found it? It’s better for you to seek this book and other collections by here. After getting the book as your choice, you can take more times or even few time to start reading.

Keywords: [“book”,”Capitalism”,”Compassionate”]
Source: http://jr.zaphne.com/2018/02/03/j-r-s-zaphne-blog-news-for-02-03-2018-16

Musings on Compassion, Suffering and Free Markets

The Dharma is the teachings of the Buddha and is part of the foundation of Buddhism. Libertarianism is a political and economic theory based on free markets and limited government. In its teachings, I find great meaning and satisfaction and in meditation great relief from stress. Buddhism has a psychology that teaches us how to control our minds and stay “Clear” of clouding emotions. It does a great job of helping us negotiate the physical world we live in. Incredibly it does a wonderful job of describing the hidden world of subatomic physics as well. This goes a long way toward validating much of what the Buddha taught. I am also a Libertarian and believe greatly in the power of free markets, capitalism and personal freedom. As a result I have decided to create this blog where I will attempt to show the value of free markets and how free market capitalism couples well with Buddhism. Hopefully I will learn, teach and have interesting and enlightening conversations via this blog.

Keywords: [“Buddhism”,”free”,”market”]
Source: https://dharmatarian.wordpress.com

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-15-2018

Compassionate Capitalism-Part 4

We Have Killed Capitalism-Jim Sinclair

Because I think it is the most important interview of the year on USAWatchdog.com. Legendary gold and market expert Jim Sinclair says, “Markets do not exist anymore … and you can’t time what does not exist.” Sinclair contends a huge transition is underway, and the old system cannot be fixed. A new one is on the way, and the old one is going to end with a bang. Sinclair explains, “Right now, they’re eating each other, and the eventuality is, getting back to the steam pot, there is going to be a day when there is only going to be one shark left, one very fat shark left, and what happens next? That shark starves to death because it ate all the food. So, the end of this is the explosion of that steam cooker which is called capitalism.” In closing, Sinclair says, “When it’s all said and done, there will be a catastrophic big bang, and then the only thing that will be left is your savings account. Your savings account is not silver, although it will outperform gold, your savings account is going to be gold. It’s going to happen because all currencies, even the roaring dollar, are falling in terms of being a storehouse of value. Capitalism is finished. I can’t tell you what the next system will be, but capitalism is over because the heart of capitalism is markets. Without markets, you cannot have a capitalistic system-it’s over.” Join Greg Hunter for one of the most compelling and enlightening interviews of the year with renowned market and gold expert Jim Sinclair of JSMineset.com. Sinclair went on to say, “The financial system is going to blow no matter what. We’re headed into a new system. I don’t know what it is, but I am happy I am 75 years old.” There is free analysis and information on JSMineset.com. Bill Holter is Mr. Sinclair’s business partner and also contributes original content and analysis. You can also buy a subscription to get exclusive analysis and content from both Sinclair and Holter on a regular basis.

Keywords: [“Sinclair”,”going”,”market”]
Source: https://usawatchdog.com/we-have-killed

May says capitalism cuts poverty after Corbyn speech

Theresa May will today set out a staunch defence of capitalism and free marketWill say an open market has helped raise living standards of everyone in BritainIn Bank of England speech, she’ll warn against sharp increase in public spendingBy James Tapsfield, Political Editor For Mailonline. In a speech to the Bank of England, the Prime Minister insisted the modern capitalist economy had driven the biggest reduction in poverty in human history. ‘We’ve got to make that case all over again, because there is a generation who have grown up in a different environment and perhaps haven’t seen the problems that can occur when you don’t believe in free markets and sound management of the economy. Mrs May’s speech saw her return to the Bank of England where she began her professional life as a researcher in the economic intelligence unit in 1977.The speech is taking place to mark the 20th anniversary of Gordon Brown’s decision to grant independence to the Bank of England – stripping away the Chancellor’s power to set interest rates. In her speech the Prime Minister stressed the value and potential of an open, innovative, free market economy which operates within the right regulatory framework. ‘A free market economy, operating under the right rules and regulations, is the greatest agent of collective human progress ever created,’ she said. MAY ADMITS TORIES MUST MAKE CASE FOR FREE MARKETS AGAIN Theresa May today admitted that the Tories have not done enough to make the case for free markets over recent years. ‘So much work was done to get that message across, of the importance of free markets, of sound management of the economy, of global trade. We’ve got to make that case all over again, because there is a generation who have grown up in a different environment and perhaps haven’t seen the problems that can occur when you don’t believe in free markets and sound management of the economy. In a pointed jibe at Mr Corbyn, Mrs May said issues with capitalism must not be used as ‘justification for the total rejection of the free market economy which has done so much to improve our lives’.

Keywords: [“free”,”market”,”economy”]
Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4928704/PM-says-capitalism-cuts…

Pseudo-Compassion and the State >> Nevada Policy Research Institute

Genuine, effective compassion is beyond the capability of government. That’s because the nature of government, in both spirit and fact, is deeply antagonistic to both authentic morality and genuine compassion. The distinguishing characteristic of government, as any beginning political science major once was able to tell you, is its legal monopoly on the use of force. In consequence of this-and because of Americans’ own experience at the receiving end of British government force-early on in the history of this nation its founders agreed that our government’s powers were to be strictly limited: The state’s legal monopoly on the use of force would only be deployed against people who’d already set themselves outside the social compact by using force or fraud to attack others and violate their rights. Because government is, at root, only an instrument of coercion, the only relevant distinction it is really equipped to handle, ultimately, is whether or not people obey. Such highly nuanced evaluations and prescriptions are necessarily beyond the lumbering, rule-bound nature of government bureaucracies. Such agencies will always remain “Lumbering”-i.e., constrained and encumbered by laws and regulations-because they expend not their own resources but resources that the government has coerced from the public and remains easily embarrassed about-especially when scandals involving the coerced loot start attracting public attention. At bottom, government “Compassion” programs are essentially political artifacts, designed to provide pseudo-compassion. These programs offer a cheap sop to conscience for inattentive but “Concerned” voters, while building special-interest constituencies for big-government politicians and government union ideologues. Campaigns for government transfers to the “Disadvantaged” also allow those supporting the campaigns to wax indignant, feel morally superior and temporarily achieve heightened self-esteem-while avoiding the challenges of confronting these human problems on a personal level.

Keywords: [“government”,”Human”,”compassion”]
Source: https://www.npri.org/issues/publication/pseudocompassion-and-the-state

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-06-2018

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Source: https://www.facebook.com/Compassionate-Capitalism-1675919916002744

Buy Compassionate Capitalism Book Online at Low Prices in India

There are lots of wealthy people out there but most aren’t truly happy. This is largely because they aren’t fulfilling a higher purpose with their businesses, they’re simply out there trying to survive in the often cutthroat business world. DeVos explains what it takes to make your business a positive force in the world; “Positive” by virtually any standard. Contrary to a lot of advice you may have heard out there on how to successfully build a prosperous business, DeVos claims that integrating compassion for your fellow man with lucrative opportunities is the real secret to security and happiness. It’s the knowledge that what you’re doing is making a difference that makes you feel worthy of the privilege and comfort of wealth. Even before the wealth comes, having a compassionate attitude along with sound business acumen goes a long way towards increasing your chances of attaining wealth and influence. A great book written in a language anyone can understand. I don’t have any complaints, but I refrain from giving it five stars because it didn’t “Knock my socks off!” Highly recommended reading for anyone looking to understand the attitudes and principles necessary for *true* success.

Keywords: [“business”,”wealth”,”out”]
Source: http://www.amazon.in/Compassionate-Capitalism-Rich-DeVos/dp/0452270510

“Capitalism & Compassion: Why Morality Matters in a Market Economy” a talk by Dr. Arthur C. Brooks & Mr. Gurcharan Das at Godrej Auditorium, WWF, 172-B Lodhi Estate > 6pm to 7:15pm on 20th November 2014

For free registration, send in your confirmation to samarth. In much of the world, including India, the free enterprise system has come to be associated by many with material greed, or wealth creation for its own sake. President of the American Enterprise Institute, Dr. Arthur C. Brooks believes that supporters of the free market system need to develop a new way of addressing the big human questions of our time. Based on both empirical research conducted as an economist-as well as interactions with some of the world’s leading spiritual figures, including the Dalai Lama and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar-Dr. Brooks argues that supporters of free enterprise must make not just an economic case, but also a moral case for their ideas. Exploring the dilemma over making money and doing good, Ananta Centre presents a candid conversation between Dr. Brooks and India’s acclaimed author and commentator, Mr. Gurcharan Das on ‘Capitalism and Compassion: Why Morality Matters in a Market Economy’ Speaker : Dr. Arthur C. Brooks, President, American Enterprise InstituteMr. Gurcharan Das, Indian Author and Commentator.

Keywords: [“free”,”enterprise”,”Brooks”]
Source: http://www.delhievents.com/2014/11/capitalism-compassion-why-morality.html

Top 10 Reasons To Hate Capitalism Why Is Bad 2018

Capitalism pits one another in a race to reach a fictitious goal – that of wealth. Yes capitalism is bad Because history and current events prove it is wrong and we are educated and informed. Regulations came into being because so many bad businesses were doing so many evil things to destroy other companies. I explained back in 2013 that there is a big difference between being pro-market and being pro-business. With the passage of the tax reform bill, corporations across America celebrated by passing on some of the tax savings they would receive on to their workers. It has been only a couple of weeks since President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act into law, but the legislation is already springing into action by offering the country a raise. Despite the plan containing many flaws, one part of the Republican tax bill – the corporate tax rate – is opening the wallets of Corporate America. When the GOP slashed the corporate tax rate from 35% to. These concerns did not influence significantly the actual preferences of voters. The thing is that there are no time machines to whisk us back to an earlier age so we can correct a bad decision or rephrase a careless comment.

Keywords: [“tax”,”bad”,”corporate”]
Source: https://iswhen.org/tag/why-capitalism-is-bad

The Compassionate Hunter’s Guidebook

Wild meat, hunted in a responsible way, is one of the most healthful, sustainable foods possible. Depending on how it is done, hunting can be as local, intimate and humane as it gets. Aside from this, it demands the hunter enter a world of awareness, wildness, life and death that as a culture we have lost connection to. The Compassionate Hunter’s Guidebook is a guide for those that come to the act of hunting with pure intentions, motivated by a desire for healthy food that comes directly from the land where they live. This practical manual suggests that hunting is not a ‘sport’ and the animals whose lives are taken are not ‘game’. Understanding your prey; Tools, techniques and preparation; The act of the hunt; From forest to table – processing, preserving and preparing your kill. A unique and comprehensive, fully-illustrated guide to the complexity, ethics and spirit of the hunt, The Compassionate Hunter is a must-read for beginning and experienced hunters alike. It will appeal to anyone who wishes to delve more deeply into the complex, humbling and ultimately profound reality of our relationship with the food that nourishes us.

Keywords: [“hunt”,”food”,”live”]
Source: http://www.newsociety.com/Books/C/The-Compassionate-Hunter-s-Guidebook