J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 08-08-2018

Sam Harris Couldn’t Help But Smear Ayn Rand

Although Sam Harris is wrong about various important issues, he occasionally writes cogently about important matters. He skewers moral relativism and aptly identifies the dangers of Islamic ideology. The result was Objectivism-a view that makes a religious fetish of selfishness and disposes of altruism and compassion as character flaws. If nothing else, this approach to ethics was a triumph of marketing, as Objectivism is basically autism rebranded. Rand’s attempt to make literature out of this awful philosophy produced some commensurately terrible writing. 

Harris’s account of Rand’s ideas is patently wrong in practically every detail-which is not surprising given that, by his own admission, he has not actually read her works. Those who care to learn what Rand advocated would do well to ignore Harris’s smears, read Rand for themselves, and reach their own conclusions. I do want briefly to address the ways in which Rand’s views differ from Harris’s fantasies. She advocated rational self-interest, recognizing that one’s interests entail thinking long range about the requirements of one’s life and happiness, and acting in accordance with principles formed on the basis of such thinking. The principles she recognized as necessary to human life include respecting people’s rights, developing loving romantic relationships, and building meaningful friendships. 

Rand did not confuse altruism with being friendly or helpful; rather, she saw it as a creed of self-sacrifice, a morality that demands that one sacrifice the values on which one’s life and happiness depend for the alleged benefit of others. Harris’s claims about Rand are, one and all, perfect misrepresentations of her views. 

Keywords: [“Rand”,”Harris's”,”view”]
Source: https://www.theobjectivestandard.com/2012/05/sam-harris-couldnt…

What Is Stoicism? A Definition & 9 Stoic Exercises To Get You Started

Stoic writing is much closer to a yoga session or a pre-game warm up than to a book of philosophy a university professor might write. The Stoics had an exercise called Turning the Obstacle Upside Down. What a Stoic does is turn every obstacle into an opportunity. As Don Robertson explains in his book, when the Stoics discuss overcoming ‘passions’, which they called patheiai, they refer to the irrational, unhealthy and excessive desires and emotions. Being a good person and doing the right thing right now, that’s what matters and that’s what was important to the Stoics. 

The Stoics would also point out that, once while drunk, Alexander got into a fight with his dearest friend, Cleitus, and accidentally killed him. The second, more subtle point, is to tap into what the Stoics call sympatheia, or a mutual interdependence with the whole of humanity. The single most important practice in Stoic philosophy is differentiating between what we can change and what we can’t. The premeditatio malorum is a Stoic exercise of imagining things that could go wrong or be taken away from us. It is why amor fati is the Stoic exercise and mindset that you take on for making the best out of anything that happens: Treating each and every moment-no matter how challenging-as something to be embraced, not avoided. 

The Stoics were writing honestly, often self-critically, about how they could become better people, be happier, and deal with the problems they faced. You can see how practicing misfortune makes you stronger in the face of adversity; how flipping an obstacle upside down turns problems into opportunities; and how remembering how small you are keeps your ego manageable and in perspective. 

Keywords: [“Stoic”,”how”,”life”]
Source: https://dailystoic.com/what-is-stoicism-a-definition-3-stoic…

Benito Mussolini & the Italian Fascism State

Watch this great introductory video that I created on GoAnimate if you haven’t watched it already! It is a brief explanation of Benito Mussolini and Fascism. Benito Mussolini was the founder of Fascism and leader of Italy from 1922 to 1943. Benito Mussolini was killed in northern Italy while retreating back to Germany with other fascist officials of his short lived Italian Social Republic. Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini was born in Forli, Italy, 1883, in a working class family. 

In February 1908, Mussolini once again left Italy to Trento, an ethnically Italian city under the control of Austria-Hungary. In 1918 Mussolini declared that Italy was in need of a man that was energetic enough to revive the Italian people. As the disorder grew, Mussolini and his Italian Combat Squad recruited unemployed ex-soldiers and formed paramilitary squadrons that would restore peace in the streets of Italy. Influenced by Italy’s Roman past, Benito Mussolini believed he was the contemporary Roman Emperor and set out to create an Italian Empire. Returning to Italy, Mussolini adopted the Nazi goose-step marching style for the Italian army and enacted the Manifesto of Race, which stripped Italian Jews of their citizenship and their ability to hold public office. 

To conceal the location of Benito Mussolini’s detainment from Gestapo intelligence, Benito Mussolini was sent to a remote jail in the mountains. Two months after being incarcerated by the new Italian government, a special unit of the Nazi army raided the Gran Sasso prison and rescued Benito Mussolini. To blunt Nazi repression on the Italian people, Mussolini set up a regime in northern Italy called the Italian Social Republic. 

Keywords: [“Mussolini”,”Italy”,”Benito”]
Source: https://fascistitaly.wordpress.com/benito-mussolini

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 08-04-2018

10 Favourite Quotes from Dr. Gabor Mate

On the surface, addictive or self-destructive behavior seems illogical but if we focus its benefits, few though they may be, we will be able to unlock the mystery of the behavior and put ourselves in a position to change it. The list of symptoms and signs makes very little room for the emotional impact of poor time management, poor attentional control, lack of follow-through, impulsive behavior, and constant restlessness. Children are a great incentive and impetus for parents to learn about themselves, about each other and about life itself. Become and remain the secure base in your child’s life and you will be experienced as a lifeline when needed. Love felt by the parent does not automatically translate into love experienced by the child. 

Whether these features become talents or problems depends, in short, on how the child’s nature is nurtured. Dr. Mate is speaking of the traits of the ADHD child, the parts of our personalities that are hard-wired into being. What determines the weight of that burden is largely influenced by the ability and willingness of those around that child to accept the child for who she or he is and to meet them where they are. Whatever the hopes, wishes or intentions of the parent, the child does not experience the parent directly: the child experiences the parenting. 

When we are older and have the capacity to view our parents’ behavior in context, we might find it easier to forgive and understand their actions. This doesn’t mean that we need to parent in fear of ruining the children, but to parent mindfully, knowing that we are the single greatest influence that they will experience in their lives. We readily feel for the suffering child, but cannot see the child in the adult who, his soul fragmented and isolated, hustles for survival a few blocks away from where we shop or work. 

Keywords: [“parent”,”child”,”behavior”]
Source: https://connectivitycounselling.com/10-favourite-quotes-from-dr…

Zeitgeist: Moving Forward

I have been asked by one of my acquaintances to render my opinion on the Zeitgeist Movement and while I will not berate anyone who believes in the lofty ideals that this group claims to promote, I question their pragmatism in attaining these lofty goals. I am bereft of even one example in history where a populist Utopian group, which is what the Zeitgeist Movement is, has ever delivered a net positive benefit once their theories are implemented. Conserving all the world’s resources as the common heritage of all of the Earth’s people. Transcending all of the artificial boundaries that separate people. It seems to me that any one of these first four ideals establish the grounds for global warfare more than anything resembling the placid idyllic future the Zeitgeist Movement envisions. 

I hear the Zeitgeist Movements’ visionary promises of efficiency, plenty, and equality. I hear the Zeitgeist Movements’ call to promises of efficiency, plenty, and equality I see the killing fields of Khmer Rouge. The Romans killed the Germans, the Germans killed the Jews, the Jews killed the Arabs, and the Arabs killed the hostagesand that’s the news. I do not see the Zeitgeist Movement bringing a resolution to this, even though their intentions may be as pure as the driven snow. As I have said before I am not accusing the Movements rank and file or even their leadership of planning such atrocities or of clandestinely plotting global hegemony. 

My paths are not as glamorous as the photos depicting the Movements vision of an ultra-modern archeology society. Since my time is short my efforts will focused on tangible returns that produce positive outcomes in the earthly realm of small judiciously chosen battles and leave the grandiose, epic and in my humble opinion ultimately unworkable or potentially harmful Zeitgeist Movement. 

Keywords: [“Movement”,”Zeitgeist”,”How”]
Source: https://topdocumentaryfilms.com/zeitgeist-moving-forward

Open Access OMICS Journals List

Peer review is the essential part for maintaining substantial standard in publishing and brings out the best possible scientific novel information from the potential authors and researchers globally. This Open Access Publishing house has around 700+ peer-reviewed journals, 50,000 eminent and renowned Editorial Board members, and highly qualified, expert reviewers to meet the objectives of the Peer-Review Process. The main question that often emerges in this aspect is about the review process adopted to screen the articles for publication. One of the most acceptable and proven process adopted in majority reputed international journals is peer reviewing. Enables Journal editors to select the most important research findings for publication in their journals, based upon the subject, independent reviews of an expert group. 

The process of peer review is comprehended and acknowledged by the majority of researchers. The reviewers will be given priority utmost to reflect the appraisals of a research work and to extract the potentialities of the researcher. All journals are subjected to a single-blind peer review process. The peer-review process is done by esteemed reviewers with an in-depth knowledge of the specialized discipline and purpose of the process. In order to encourage maximum participation from part of the reviewers, scientific credits will be provided based on the number of manuscripts handled and the exemplary timelines by the authors. 

The standard peer review process is also essential from the perspective of editorial board members, who takes the responsibility in shaping the open access articles to meet the international standards of open access journals. Peer-reviewed articles are assessed and critiqued by the scientists and experts in the same field after the article is distributed for review. 

Keywords: [“review”,”Process”,”Journal”]
Source: https://www.omicsonline.org/peer-reviewed-journals.php

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 08-01-2018

Transition Town Tooting

We learned how it is a big proportion of our carbon footprint and how it tends to increase in line with our total household income. There is a relationship between what we buy, why we buy it and our identity. Our first exercise was to relate a purchase we were pleased with: Kew membership, solar PV, a battery to go with PV, second hand clothing, bikes, evening courses. Then we discussed why we buy using the exercise on p29. Our next exercise was to design a poster exploring the differences between personal needs and wants. 

One group drew three concentric circles with basic needs in the centre, then a middle ring for things like special food, entertainment, enrichment, studying etc and an outer area for purchases that we felt were extravagant and not needed like weekend breaks by air, art collections, extravagant jewelry, watches etc, private heated swimming pools and so on. The other group’s poster was a collection of drawings: community giving companionship and friendship which didn’t require expenditure, a mastercard advert for a festival, choices and thoughts when making purchases, children’s expectations. Our penultimate exercise was to think about five ‘ways to well-being’ published by the New Economics Foundation which explored the ideas of give, connect, keep learning, be active and take notice. We all thought about whether we do these in our lives and could we make more time in our lives to do them. Generally we thought these were good principles but sometimes it can be hard to keep a balance. 

Another is how education can give us a double bonus of spending time with others of different age groups and life experiences. Finally we thought about the things we didn’t get a chance to say during the evening – being too busy in our lives, remembering to be compassionate to ourselves, working towards the NEF Five ways, paying attention, new ideas for home improvements, the carbon significance of un-deleted emails, unsubscribing to unread emails. 

Keywords: [“purchase”,”thought”,”how”]
Source: http://transitiontowntooting.blogspot.com

A TERRIFIC LOVE! VALOUR! COMPASSION! AT ZEITGEIST STAGE

There’s no getting around the fact that Love! Valour! Compassion! Terrence McNally’s 1994 Tony-winning dramedy, is beginning to show its age. Had already made waves, it was still a relatively taboo thing for such an overtly gay play to become both a critical smash and a hit at the box office. 

Even if the play no longer feels like it crackles with modern urgency and that it doesn’t totally speak to-forgive me-the zeitgeist of this very moment the way that it did 24 years ago, Love! Valour! Compassion! remains a treasured contemporary work that is being given a worthy and totally absorbing revival at Zeitgeist Stage. Set in 1994 at a semi-upstate New York country home, each act of the play takes place over three consecutive holiday weekends: Memorial Day, July Fourth, and Labor Day. 

His boyfriend of four years, Bobby, played with great gentility by Cody Sloan, is blind and is significantly younger than Gregory. A notorious Broadway flop that marked Lucille Ball’s only Broadway appearance. Seeming to not quite gel with the rest of the group is John, a pompous Brit still bitter from his failed musical, and his new lover, Ramon, whose lasciviousness becomes a problem over the course of the summer. John’s brother, James, arrives later in the summer and quickly forms a bond with Buzz. Brooks Reeves, giving one of the best performances of the year, plays both John and James. 

The play unfolds with the nonchalance of a long summer weekend and is a rich study not only of friendship and love but of the cruelty of time and how-sickness or not-time rarely leaves any fruit on the tree. Love! Valour! Compassion! suffers a bit from too much sentimentality-sentimentality that Miller’s production does not completely mitigate, though it can hardly be faulted for it. 

There is a great deal of heart that radiates from Miller’s affectionate revival and from the terrific ensemble of actors that make Love! Valour! Compassion! one of my favorite productions of the year. 

Keywords: [“Love”,”play”,”year”]
Source: https://digboston.com/a-terrific-love-valour-compassion-at…

Socialist Appeal

Most hospitals were founded for specific purposes such as leper hospitals, or as refuges for the poor and it was not until later did hospitals become multi-functional. Not all hospitals cared for the sick and there were establishments to house the dying or infirm but the purpose was not cure or even care but to keep the ill poor off the streets. Almshouses were religious institutions in existence from the 10th century – in the middle ages the majority of hospitals functioned as almshouses. Nine hospitals were established throughout the country but the word ‘hospital’ was also used for institutions concerned with people and their families who were poor or destitute, as part of the Poor Law provisions. In London, for example, the only medical hospitals in the 1700s were the Royal Hospitals of St Bartholomew and St Thomas. 

There were other hospitals for special categories, such as Greenwich for injured sailors and refugees, the Magdalen Hospital founded to rescue ‘penitent prostitutes’ and the Marine Society for Educating Poor Destitute Boys. Between 1719 and 1750 five new general hospitals were founded in London and one of these was Guy’s Hospital, founded in 1724, from a bequest by a wealthy merchant Thomas Guy. Local authorities of large towns provided municipal hospitals, maternity hospitals, hospitals for infectious diseases like smallpox and tuberculosis, as well as hospitals for the elderly. By 1844 his premises, now called the Royal Free Hospital, was treating 30,000 patients a year. The Bethlem Royal Hospital was the world’s oldest psychiatric hospital, established in 1330. 

The Act introduced a compulsory apprenticeship and a formal qualification and required individuals to have instruction in a range of subjects including anatomy, botany, chemistry and physics – in addition to six months’ practical hospital experience. Hospitals charged for services, though sometimes poorer people would be reimbursed. 

Keywords: [“hospital”,”poor”,”people”]
Source: https://www.socialist.net/health-services-before-nhs.htm

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 07-05-2018

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Keywords: [“Java”,”edition”,”Electrical”]
Source: http://hspace.de/compassionate/capitalism/compassionate_capitalism_people…

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Keywords: [“Challenge”,”Diagnostic”,”application”]
Source: http://ytrail.de/compassionate/capitalism/compassionate_capitalism_people…

The World Dialogue: Can Capitalism be Compassionate?

Get social Capitalism has always won its battles against competing economic systems, whether it was feudalism in the 19th century or socialism and communism in the 20th century. Despite its relative success, it continues to battle its critics. Free market economics may have proved to be the efficient way to allocate scarce resources but concerns about rising inequality over the last three decades the world over have raised questions about whether it is the fairest way to allocate resources. The welfare state of the West, which is now bursting at the seams, was an attempt to show that capitalism can be compassionate. India’s obsession with redistributive policies like the MGNREGA shows similar intent. 

Governments are inefficient and often do not deliver the desired results. Both nations know capitalism and compassion intimately. 

Keywords: [“state”,”Capitalism”,”end”]
Source: http://conclave.intoday.in/story/…capitalism-be-compassionate/3296/38.html

A compassionate teacher is a

Compassionate silence very well may be the truest form of compassion we can muster. The minute we open our mouths we run the risk of judgment and scorn, if not implicitly so then very possibly run the risk of what we say being inferred as judgment or scorn. Jane Austen, in Pride and Prejudice use the phrase at least twice to describe Darcy’s compassionate silence for Elizabeth and the new age meditations of manifestation it is compassionate silence that is listed as the very first step to manifesting ones dreams. As brutal and uncaring as the universe can seem, indeed its steady march towards total destruction or endless expansion of coldness and darkness would make it seem as a brutal place and yet surely the universe must be compassionate for it is truly silent on our pain and suffering. 

Keywords: [“Compassionate”,”compassion”,”very”]
Source: http://qa.answers.com/Q/A_compassionate_teacher_is_a

Choice between communism and capitalism

Corporations can buy their way out of everything and get massive tax breaks while your average salary bloke ends up paying larger than his share…, ALL Taxes are passed along down the line to the individual. Inequality between rich and poor grows. US foreign policy apart from being influenced by lobbyists that represent foreign governments is also heavily influenced by oil&gas companies, financial industry and the weapons industry that need wars so that their weapons get sold. All these elements are able to get politicians to go so far because of unbridled capitalism that values access to capital over people. Politicians will take money and favors from anybody. 

Keywords: [“Rich”,”politicians”,”weapons”]
Source: https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235054028-choice-between…

Hybrid Economics – the balance between capitalism and socialism

If you are an extreme capitalist, you’re probably wrong. If you are an extreme socialist, you’re probably wrong. The right answer lies somewhere in between these two extremes. Consider my widget company:In an extreme capitalism I can hire thieves to take my competitor’s truck fleet at night when he’s sleeping, or maybe just murder him outright to increase my profits. In an extreme socialism the government can tell me that they don’t approve of my widget business, or require me to operate my business according to their instructions. 

The right answer is to be able to pursue my own ideas the way that I want, but within the limits of civility. 

Keywords: [“extreme”,”business”,”widget”]
Source: https://goodflagbetsy.wordpress.com/2011/12/03/hybrid-economics…

Marc Benioff & Karen Southwick

In Compassionate Capitalism, Salesforce.com CEO Mark Benioff and veteran journalist Karen Southwick show companies, large and small, how they can use all of their resources to help their communities and, in doing so, help themselves and their employees as well. By using real-life examples from dozens of corporations and nonprofits, including Hasbro, IBM and Levi Strauss, the authors show corporate leaders how they can dare to be great by integrating community service within their organizations. 

Keywords: [“community”,”help”,”how”]
Source: https://www.summary.com/book-summaries/_/Compassionate-Capitalism

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-10-2018

Licensed Producers & Legalization: Surging Numbers, Crony Capitalism, & Acquisitions – Cannabis Life Network

As of writing, there are 91 licensed producers in Canada with a backlog of over 400 applications, and the already-licensed producers are taking advantage while their would-be competitors are stuck in bureaucracy. Between 2016-2017, Health Canada licensed almost five times as many producers, and 2018 has seen seven licensed producers so far. Emerald Health Farms is the latest, getting theirs yesterday, but investor fatigue has been on the rise a.s more and more producers get licensed and go public. To line up supply deals for both medical and recreational cannabis. Keep in mind that currently, LP weed is medical, but with the recreational market estimated at two to three times the size of the medical market, you can bet the licensed producers are doing everything they can to get a piece of that bigger pie. 

As Canada marches towards cannabis legalization, we are seeing examples of crony and predatory capitalism, as former cops and politicians are suddenly opening their own cannabusinesses and large LP’s try to buy up all of their competition. Aurora Cannabis received final approval for its takeover of CanniMed. Cannabis activists who fought for legalization are worried by the monopolistic behaviour and profit-over-people mentality of some of these licensed producers. Medical cannabis is mail-order only, which means that no cannabis storefronts or dispensaries can sell it. Cannabis laws vary from province to province, and even city to city in some cases. 

Ontario has left its door open to receiving cannabis from all sizes of producers from all across the country, whereas Quebec seems like it will only be supplied by six large producers. In BC, recreational cannabis will be sold at a mix of private and public stores, but the Liquor Distribution Branch will handle online sales. 

Keywords: [“cannabis”,”producers”,”medical”]
Source: https://cannabislifenetwork.com/licensed-producers-legalization…

Delingpole: Happy Birthday, Karl Marx. Not.

If you mean Stalin and Chairman Mao,they didn’t kill millions for Communism,they killed millions to stay in power and indifference to human suffering. Although Marx’s acolytes will never accept it, Stalin was not perverting his hero’s vision. Violence had formed part of Marx’s worldview from the very beginning. ‘There is only one way in which the murderous death agonies of the old society and the bloody birth throes of the new society can be shortened, simplified and concentrated,’ wrote Marx in 1848, ‘and that way is revolutionary terror’. Here is Marx a year later, addressing his conservative adversaries: ‘We have no compassion and we ask no compassion from you,’ he writes. ‘When our turn comes, we shall not make excuses for the terror. The truth is that Marx’s vision was inherently violent. 

It’s about anti-logic: the kind, you might almost say, that collapses under the weight of its own contradictions. It’s about ignoring the obvious truth, for example, that if a troublesome intellectual like Marx had had to live under any of the totalitarian regimes he inspired – Stalin’s Soviet Union, Mao’s China, Pol Pot’s Cambodia, etc – he would quickly have found himself dead in a ditch with a bullet in the back of his head, or, at best, in a mental institution. Still, it was good to learn from Sandbrook’s piece that this appalling man didn’t have it easy in his life. Even as he was working on three volumes of Das Kapital, he was complaining to friends about the ‘carbuncles on my posterior and near the penis, the final traces of which are now fading, but which made it extremely painful for me to adopt a sitting and hence a writing posture’. In his darkest moments, the man who called for a world revolution spent his time attacking the pus-filled boils on his bottom with a cut-throat razor. 

Keywords: [“Marx”,”how”,”Stalin”]
Source: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/05/05/delingpole-happy…

This conglomerate is compromised of 25 booming companies fully registered in the United Kingdom. These are social Enterprise companies that aim at making available basic services to the most disadvantaged communities in and around the globe begining with Uganda with head offiçe at Kitintale, Kampala. The compassionate Capitalism philosophy used by development channel is relatively new to Africa and Uganda in particular. Simply put, it’s where you get paid for making a purchase. Starting with Uganda as the base in Africa, Charles Lambert, the founder of this organisation and chairman of foreign investors in Uganda, has stimulated the local population by opening up the opportunity to become a shareholder in this conglomerate through a one time risk free investment. 

How this works:Through the one time purchase of the amazingly unique NoDropout iPad,at only 1,008,000Ugx, you get two after-sale benefits freely from the company. This opportunity is opened up to a limited number of individuals. Besides being a shareholder, members will be opened up to various services offered by each individual company within the conglomerate. Students will have the opportunity to earn an income after accomplishing tasks which will be sent to them on the app being designed and unique to Development Channel. There are also teacher programs, single parent services, travel services and opportunities, startup capital financing with no collateral, house construction services just to mention but a few. 

Development channel is also going to be among the largest employers in Uganda by making available 5000 jobs in the call center being established in Bukoto, Uganda. Hurry to take up this risk free investment opportunity and earn a consistent monthly income while the opportunity lasts. 

Keywords: [“Uganda”,”opportunity”,”services”]
Source: https://steemit.com/uganda/@menorah/compassionate-capitalism

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-09-2018

Lyrics containing the term: Capitalism

He was against capitalism and had lost faith in the Tolstoyan idea of moral self-development. Don’t come back no more Distasteful ugly and cheap This is how you make me feel Capitalism stole my virginity Robbed of our bleeding hearts Smashed tra-la-la-la, tra-la-la-la We’re making the world safe for capitalism Here we come with our candy and our guns And our corporate muscle marches in behind us Capitalism’s, invisible, army And it’s fortress of deceit These men will burn alive But no-one will weep And the day that we bomb langley, how much fucking longer can this go on How many more lives ruined and completely fucking wasted To ensure there is no fate to capitalism or those Capitalism, racism, sexism The foundations of cock-rocking idealism Exploiting, sucking, manipulating The wisdom of a starry-eyed nation have been multiplying faster then anticipated. World domnination is a true reality we must face, it is…upon us. Capitalism, Materialism, on self-fulfilled circles Personality hanged on a rope called capitalism Organism breathing a life of false ecstasy You shall die so many times before you perish of capitalism and fears of environmental degeneration. A farce concocted by geniuses to cover up the tracks of wheels long set in s dear Like capitalism Like communism Like lots of things You’ve heard about And redneckers They get us pissed And stupid stuff It makes us It’s capitalism at its best People living neck to neck Their glass buildings won’t fall on their own So we should be throwing stones! 

In the city while 3/4 of the human race are living in extreme poverty while 3/4 of the human race are dying in extreme poverty in the strangehold of capitalism some the added illusion of audience participation. Our act tonight, on the left, capitalism that’s right, on the right, capitalism is it, in the middle, probably There is a spectre haunting capitalism In its last and dying phase It’s a nightmare on wall st. We’re happy little proles And we’re on our way to work. 

Keywords: [“Capitalism”,”Tra-la-la-la”,”how”]
Source: https://www.lyrics.com/lyrics/Capitalism

Compassionate Release for Peter Collins, Diagnosed with Terminal Cancer

Peter Collins is a long-time prisoner-activist, incarcerated for the 1983 murder of a police officer in a failed robbery. Last year, Peter was diagnosed with an aggressive form of bladder cancer. In January of this year, Peter learned that the cancer had spread throughout his body, and that he probably does not have much time left to live. Peter is not contesting his deportation to the UK. He has a strong circle of support in the UK, family members who can provide him with a home, and has been in contact with UK police officials who have conducted community assessments at his family home and do not oppose his return to the UK. 

There have been two Public Protection officers assigned to Peter’s case, and who are ready for his return. As the prison bureaucrats have Peter’s life in their hands, it is best to be polite and not provocative, as it is Peter who will pay the price if they react badly. Peter has demonstrated his ability to function outside of prison during multiple medical and compassionate escorted temporary absences. Peter has been in prison for over 32 years, and has remained conviction free for the past 18 years. I am writing regarding compassionate release for Peter Collins. 

One of the reasons provided in the past for denying Peter’s parole has been that the only form of release deemed appropriate to him is a very gradual and structured release, and yet because of his deportable status any steps that might be considered consistent with a gradual and structured release have been rejected as being of no benefit. Last summer Peter was diagnosed with an aggressive form of bladder cancer and began to undergo chemotherapy and radiation treatment. On January 12th of this year, Peter was informed by his doctor that the cancer had spread to his stomach walls, lungs, and now his bones, and that any treatment moving forward will be palliative. I am asking that you support Peter’s request for compassionate release. 

Keywords: [“Peter”,”parole”,”prison”]
Source: http://kersplebedeb.com/posts/compassionate-release-peter-collins

The End of Privacy and Capitalism

Those on the right will scream that capitalism is the best thing that ever happened to us, while agreeing that cops should perhaps bust down more doors and invade our privacy to keep us safe. Those on the left will shout that our privacy is a sacred right, but they will perhaps agree that capitalism causes harm that could be mitigated by a more centrally planned economy. I’m going to argue that privacy and capitalism have both arisen through the increased size and complexity of our tribes, and that while capitalism served a purpose, and privacy can be appealing, both are going to come to a much-needed end. If you think privacy should be allowed, period, you might want to look at the bans on burqas spreading to more and more countries. We may be fifty or a hundred years away, but we will eventually arrive at a place where a network of computers can run our economy more efficiently than the bumbling of billions of people. 

A neural network will be able to set prices, plan production, allocate resources, effect transportation, and so much more. Retailers like Amazon are relying more and more on algorithms to make major business decisions. The more we put Big Data in charge, and remove the emotion of human agents, the more efficiently our businesses and economies run. The capitalist approach is to let the owners of the French restaurants to go out of business, as failure leads to more efficient markets. An enterprising individual eventually sees the demand on the street for more Italian food, and eventually, slowly, finally, the people get what they want. 

The owners of the French restaurants might be notified of the demand for more Italian food. Which ignores the tribal societies we came from, where families slept in the same rooms, walls had rips, tears, and cracks, and common spaces were much more common. 

Keywords: [“more”,”privacy”,”economy”]
Source: http://www.hughhowey.com/the-end-of-privacy-and-capitalism

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 05-10-2018

Socialism, Once in Power, Outlaws It

Socialism on the other hand has no checks and balances against greed. Socialism therefore cannot produce a people who are free to be compassionate. Although socialism is viewed as compassion, it doesn’t allow room for compassionate giving because by definition, under a socialist system, there shouldn’t be any need for anyone to have to give compassionately. Socialism has to keep people poor in order to justify its own existence. Socialism strips the individual of their right to own private property. 

To give freely is treasonous because, in theory, under socialism there is no need for people to be compassionate. Unlike compassionate capitalism, compassionate socialism cannot exist. It’s an oxymoron because socialism as absolute economic law only has what it’s taken from the people; it has no capital outside what socialism has taken without compassion; creating no real margin of abundance for individuals to give compassionately from. The Bible does not preach or foster socialism as an absolute economic law or morality. Socialism has no room and sees no need for compassion once it holds power. 

The socialist only sees the capitalist as his or her enemy, upholding socialism religiously, without opposition. Socialism is seen as true compassion and therefore the only compassion anyone truly needs. 

Keywords: [“Socialism”,”give”,”compassionate”]
Source: https://www.xyz.net.au/capitalism-needs-compassion-socialism-power…

Blue Print for How to Build A Culture of Empathy?

We’d like to come up with a blueprint for building a culture of empathy and compassion. The more empathy you receive, the more space you have to give it. Develop training that deepens the individual components of empathy. Change all social institutions to actively support empathy. Go to the pain, suffering, fear, alienation with awareness, presence and empathy. 

Have TV moderators using empathy to bring people together. I take heart that there are many people bringing forward empathy. Local level with skilled moderators, who want to get people heard. Want to talk with peoples who’s letters confused me. I don’t understand this lack of empathy around the world. 

This group used reflective listening to deepen empathy for each person. Edwin told story of visiting Tea Party and Republican State convention to talk with participants about the role of empathy in their lives. 

Keywords: [“Empathy”,”people”,”Culture”]
Source: http://cultureofempathy.com/Projects/How-To-Build-Empathy/index.htm

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Keywords: [“sed”,”quis”,”Halcyonic”]
Source: http://www.copyblogwriter.com/compassionate_capitalism_how_corporations…

Culture of the New Capitalism

The distinguished sociologist Richard Sennett surveys major differences between earlier forms of industrial capitalism and the more global, more febrile, ever more mutable version of capitalism that is taking its place. Only a certain kind of human being can prosper in unstable, fragmentary institutions: the culture of the new capitalism demands an ideal self oriented to the short term, focused on potential ability rather than accomplishment, willing to discount or abandon past experience. Richard Sennett teaches sociology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the London School of Economics. His recent publications include The Corrosion of Character and Respect in a World of Inequality. 

Keywords: [“Sennett”,”more”,”how”]
Source: https://yalebooks.yale.edu/book/9780300119923/culture-new-capitalism

The Compassionate Librano

On the prowl sort of whereas an Alligator is any woman out there ready to devour or destroy the reputation, livelihood and well being of any male she has her sights on – without due course, due diligence, due evidence, or due process. We’re due they, the radical feminists, were due to say. No more holding the door open, paying for dinner, compliments, drinks or whatever. I would belch, fart, grunt, swear, and scratch my ass – wiggle me nuts – tell dirty jokes, well perhaps not, and – y’know all of those things that define a male – in front of you. I would think twice about working with a woman because you just never know. 

No defence, no evidence, just hearsay and buddy you are screwed. 

Keywords: [“due”,”well”,”woman”]
Source: http://www.smalldeadanimals.com/2018/01/the-compassiona-2.html

UPC’s Seventh Annual Conscious Eating Conference: What are the Most Compassionate Choices?

You are cordially invited to attendUnited Poultry Concerns’ Seventh Annual Conference. Conference Synopsis: United Poultry Concerns’ 7th Annual Conscious Eating Conference brings expert speakers to Berkeley, California to share their ideas about the best food choices we can make for the planet, ourselves, and other animals. We will explore the ethics of eating and the effect of agriculture on animals and the planet, and why it matters. 20 pre-registration for all others, $30 at the door the day of the event. Food: Registration includes a continental breakfast of vegan pastries & fruit, delicious vegan lunch, and all-day coffee & tea. 

Keywords: [“Conference”,”vegan”,”animals”]
Source: http://upc-online.org/forums/2018

The C word

Bill Gates recently gave a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The idea is this: the increase in standards of living brought by capitalism mainly benefit the rich, so companies should put more effort into developing products and services for the poor. Both these bargains are bound up with capitalism, which is centred not on the free market or the accumulation of wealth, but instead on the idea of false choice. Yes, you may buy from or work for a number of companies, but they are all motivated by the same desires and thus, really, you only have one choice. 

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”companies”,”Creative”]
Source: https://maryrosecook.com/blog/post/the-c-word-2

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 05-09-2018

Pacific Views: Can Capitalism Be Compassionate?

Recently there has been a national discussion in India about how to create a more vibrant and equitable economy. The election that threw out Atal Bihari Vajpayee was largely seen as the rural voters striking back at the politicians that favored the urban voters and especially the expanding high tech industry. So the big question now is how can the wealth be spread across a broader cross-section of Indians and how India build a middle class that can be the stable foundation for a viable democracy. One Indian entrepreneur, Narayan Murthy, founder of global software giant Infosys, believes that India needs to harness capitalism with a real face of compassion in order to create a positive future for the country. When Murthy talks about compassionate capitalism, he backs up his words with action that shows he really means what he says. 

Although he is a very successful businessman, he voluntarily limits his own salary to under $50,000 per year and donates a good proportion of his company’s profits to charity. The current Republican defintion is the same as Mussollini’s defintion of fascism, a few large corporations running the show. The progressives idea of Capitalism is probably Eutopian, that is unrealistic; it dosen’t take into account greed, a natural thing. Maybe capitalism can be compassionate and somewhat equalizing, but we’ll never know under Bush. Facism, not democracy and capitalism, is his legacy for the United States. 

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”how”,”India”]
Source: http://www.pacificviews.org/weblog/archives/015721.php

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Keywords: [“download”,”times”,”compassionate”]
Source: http://planetshamrock.com/pdf/download-compassionate-capitalism.html

Key Characteristics of Conscious Leaders

Now she wants to take a look at some key characteristics of conscious leaders. All were leaders who fulfilled a purpose and vision that served the greatest good by empowering and elevating others to a higher plane. In the book Conscious Capitalism, authors John Mackey and Raj Sisodia note that conscious leaders have high analytical, emotional, spiritual and systems intelligence. They also have an orientation toward servant leadership, high integrity and a great capacity for love and care. As a coach, I have observed conscious leaders in action and the impact they have on their organizations. 

Based on my experience with coaching and leading, as well as insights gained from studying leadership research and great leaders, I have come to recognize that conscious leaders tend to share certain characteristics. They transcend ego for the greater good of the organization and humanity. To lead in such a way requires courage, faith and the conscious decision to boldly go where perhaps you have never gone before. Conscious leadership isn’t esoteric or available to a select few. We can think big and take practical steps to boldly step into our highest potential as leaders. 

The world needs more enlightened leaders who can change the world for the better, today and beyond. To continue reading on this subject, go to Simple Practices to Become a Great Leader. 

Keywords: [“Lead”,”Conscious”,”Leadership”]
Source: http://voiceseducation.org/node/7286

Difference Between Mitosis and Meiosis

Meiosis and Mitosis describe cell division in eukaryotic cells when the chromosome separates. In mitosis chromosomes separates and form into two identical sets of daughter nuclei, and it is followed by cytokinesis. Basically, in mitosis the mother cell divides into two daughter cells which are genetically identical to each other and to the parent cell. Metaphase- alignment of chromosomes at the metaphase plate. Telophase- de-condensation of chromosomes and surrounded by nuclear membranes, formation of cleavage furrow. 

Meiosis is a reductional cell division where the number of chromosomes is divided into half. Gametes formations occur in animal cell and meiosis is necessary for sexual reproduction which occurs in eukaryotes. Meiosis influence stable sexual reproduction by halving of ploidy or chromosome count. Anaphase I – shortening of microtubules, pulling of chromosomes toward opposing poles, forming two haploid sets.5. Telophase I – arrival of chromosomes to the poles with each daughter cell containing half the number of chromosomes. 

Meiosis II – second part of the meiotic process with the production of four haploid cells from the two haploid cells. Meiosis- reductional cell division and the number of chromosomes is divided into half; it is essential for sexual reproduction, and therefore it occurs in eukaryotes. 

Keywords: [“cell”,”chromosome”,”Meiosis”]
Source: http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/politics/difference…

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 05-03-2018

Brat’s spiritual life has long been as central to his identity, even though it has also been difficult to pigeonhole. He currently attends a Catholic church, but he also identifies as a Calvinist, and he lists four churches as affiliations on his resume: St. Michael’s Catholic, Christ Church Episcopal, Third Presbyterian, and Shady Grove Methodist. He earned his bachelors from Hope College, a Christian liberal arts college in Holland, Mich., which is historically affiliated with the Reformed Church in America, a Protestant denomination that sprouted during the 17th century. Through all of that, one aspect of his faith has been constant: Brat takes the Protestant work ethic seriously. 

Like many of his Tea Party colleagues, Brat is an Ayn Rand enthusiast, and coauthored a paper assessing the moral foundations of her writings in 2010. Like many Protestants in the classic Calvinist tradition, he believes Christ is the transformer of culture, and that capitalism is the key to this world transformation. His core argument is that capitalism and Christianity should merge. He believes their union is so important that making disciples of capitalism is Brat’s own version of Jesus’ Great Commission. If you preach the gospel and make people good, he argues, then you make the markets good. 

Individuals are morally responsible to work hard and advance themselves in society, so his theory goes, and then ultimately the capitalist system should help people advance and pull themselves up by their own bootstraps. That message puts Brat at odds with the global leader of the church he attends, Pope Francis, who holds a view on the other end of the spectrum-the Pope’s recent messages have warned that capitalism often exploits the poor, and must be moderated. The consequences of not pursuing this radical capitalist agenda are drastic: if the church does not respond to the reality of capitalism, he writes, society could potentially face a downfall like Nazi Germany. 

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”church”,”Jesus”]
Source: http://time.com/2860967/david-brats-biblical-views-shape-his-tea-party…

The Benefits Of Conscious Capitalism

Some of you may be familiar with the term Corporate Social Responsibility, popularised in the 1960’s, which is a set of initiatives a company can implement alongside their existing business practices. Corporate social responsibility strategies encourage the company to make a positive impact on the environment and stakeholders including consumers, employees, investors, communities, and others. Conscious Capitalism is simply an advancement of the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility but it evolved to a more holistic way of thinking about the term. As Corporate Social Responsibility would be an aspect of your organisation, possibly siloed in its efforts and thought of as a cost centre, Conscious Capitalism is reflected in who you are and how you behave across your entire organisation. The report found compelling statistics that support the conscious capitalism ideology – from a consumer’s standpoint. 96% have a more positive image of a conscious company than one without socially responsible practices. 92% would buy a product with a social and/or environmental benefit if given the opportunity, and 67% have done so in the past 12 months. 

Raj, who has consulted with and taught programs for enterprises like AT&T, LG, Sprint, Volvo, IBM, Walmart and McDonalds, truly believes in harnessing the power of capitalism for good. To Raj, the conscious aspect of conscious capitalism enhances everything about the capitalism model. Through rigorous research of companies like Southwest Airline, Starbucks and Whole Foods, Raj found that over a 15-year period, conscious capitalist companies had investment returns of 1646%, whereas the S&P 500 companies did 157% over the same time frame. Like many business decisions, choosing a conscious capitalist path is both an investment and a risk, but with the right strategies and supports, Raj says it’s well worth it. In his many years of experience, Raj has witnessed the business benefits of a conscious capitalist time and time again. 

Keywords: [“Social”,”Conscious”,”Raj”]
Source: https://minutehack.com/opinions/the-benefits-of-conscious-capitalism

Health Matters: ‘Compassionate capitalism’ brings affordable health care to world’s poor – The Mercury News

Social entrepreneur David Green envisions a time when poor people worldwide will have access to medical care and technology that is both affordable and sustainable. Aurolab sells affordably priced intraocular lenses and other ophthalmic products to developing countries. Green is an Ashoka Fellow and vice president with Ashoka, a MacArthur Fellow, and he is involved in numerous social enterprise initiatives, including a partnership with the Silicon Valley Community Foundation to develop sustainable eye care programs. Green has a BA and a master’s in public health degree from the University of Michigan, and lives in El Cerrito. The entity I helped set up in South India, Aurolab, does this by providing intraocular lenses for cataract surgery at a very affordable price. 

If the Googles of the world can have $25 million in initial investment and go public – and be worth $66 billion in short order or whatever it is – social enterprises need to figure out how to do that. Today Aurolab has 8 percent of the global market share for intraocular lenses, sells close to 1.5 million a year, and has helped over nine million people see. I would love to convince a large corporation to use their core competencies and assets to do a differentiated product line at a much lower price to make that affordable to lower-income people. I’ve been successful at reducing pricing because the issue really isn’t cost – it’s price. If you look at how a product is supplied and the different margin eaters in the food chain – and how you can cut some of them out – that can lead greatly to making things affordable. 

If you think about antiretroviral therapy for AIDS patients, the Clinton Foundation and others have done a marvelous job of getting Indian generic companies to make antiretrovirals for about $100-$150 per patient – but I bet it costs them no more than $10 per patient per year. Those are the kind of things that need to be brought to global health. 

Keywords: [“cost”,”How”,”price”]
Source: https://www.mercurynews.com/2010/01/20/health-matters…

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 04-14-2018

Why It’s Good Business For Levi’s To Care About What You Do With Your Jeans at Home

Your next pair of Levi’s might come with a clothesline or shoebox-sized dryer. After a recent lifecycle assessment, Levi’s realized that 60% of the climate impact of a pair of jeans comes after the jeans are made and sold; nearly 80% of this is from drying the jeans in a dryer. Instead, it launched Care to Air, an awareness campaign and contest to shift consumer behavior in favor of the environment. In partnershihp with Myoo Create, Levi’s will award $10,000 for the world’s most innovative, covetable, and sustainable air-drying solution for clothing. You don’t have to buy jeans, or even own Levi’s products, for the campaign to be a success. Since Levi’s has chosen the environment-at-large as a beneficiary, it doesn’t get to leverage the credibility or press that a nonprofit partner would bring to bear. Part of a company’s responsibility is to educate and involve its consumers in making more responsible choices and to pressure their competitors to raise their responsibility game. This is exactly what Levi’s is doing with Care to Air, and it’s brilliant because as much as you register the brand behind this campaign, it isn’t about the brand at all. It’s about what I do with my clothes at home and how I understand this to affect the environment.

Keywords: [“Levi's”,”jeans”,”consumer”]
Source: http://causecapitalism.com/why-its-good-business-for-levis-to-care-about…

Pay attention, Progressives: Conservative Millennial Allie Stuckey SCHOOLS Americans on why Capitalism is superior to Socialism – twitchy.com

Allie Stuckey, better known as the Conservative Millennial, explained why Capitalism and the free market are far superior to Socialism. It’s the very reason why people want to make a life here. 1 reason full-on socialism fails is because it negates humans’ inherent desire for ownership. Shared means of production=no private property= no ownership. Socialists ignore that people possess an inherent drive for their own piece of the pie- to have something that’s truly theirs & to do something that actually matters, contributes & provides. Capitalism, though imperfect, is the only economic system that recognizes & rewards this. Free enterprise has lifted more people out of poverty, mediocrity & misery than socialism ever has or will- because, unlike socialism, it taps into the tenacity of the human spirit rather than subdues it. We enjoy the best technology, entertainment and quality of life in the world because of capitalism. People do not become kinder when they’re forced to share. While capitalism isn’t perfect, it is the only system that encourages freedom, innovation & generosity. Socialism seeks to render those things useless through absolute government control. I can’t believe that in 2018 people still have to explain why socialism doesn’t work.

Keywords: [“Socialism”,”people”,”Capitalism”]
Source: https://twitchy.com/bethb-313034/2018/03/11/pay-attention…

Compassionate Capitalism

I live amongst a population that is educated, involved and hard-working and as we get older and earn more, the trend is to buy a bigger house, a nicer car, and more luxury brand clothing. I don’t have time or money left to have compassion on others because I’ve spent so much of it on myself and my family. I’m talking about compassion that compels action and affects change. Compassion that compels us to downgrade so someone else can upgrade above the poverty line. Compassion needs the resources that our capitalist society produces. When I do buy, I buy from companies that value the dignity of the people working for them. I’m just making sure compassion guides my contribution to it. I mean, I just got done saying we should have less and spend less and you probably received a marketing email from us this week asking you to buy our not-so-cheap clothes. I’m more interested in you becoming a conscious consumer than a repeat consumer. Third, for us at Vickery Trading Co., capitalism is our compassion. We use something that people are already buying and turn it into opportunity for the marginalized. Our Associates earn fair wages for their hard work while learning job and life skills so they can go pursue the American Dream.

Keywords: [“compassion”,”buy”,”more”]
Source: https://vickerytrading.org/compassionate-capitalism

No hope without compassion: the importance of compassion in recovery-focused mental health services: Journal of Mental Health: Vol 20, No 6

Whilst current policy is replete with recovery language and references to the need for services to create a sense of hope and optimism, there is less understanding about how such hope may be engendered within services. We propose that an understanding of compassion is necessary to appreciate what actually stimulates hope-inspiring practices. An examination of the continuing relevance of compassion to mental health care and an exploration of its place within modern mental health policy and practice. A review of the compassion deficit in mental health care and a critical examination of whether the direction of current mental health policy in the UK is likely to facilitate compassionate care. Compassion needs to be viewed not merely as an individual expression or property but something which must be nurtured in context, through relationships, cultures and healing environments. Current mental health policy and practice does not appear to prioritise the development of such contexts. The development of compassionate contexts should have a stronger place in modern mental health practice and policy.

Keywords: [“mental”,”health”,”compassion”]
Source: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/09638237.2011.583949

Bookstore – Conscious Capitalism

The flood of information, unprecedented transparency, increasing interconnectedness and our global interdependence – are dramatically reshaping today’s world, the world of business, and our lives. We are in the Era of Behavior and the rules of the game have fundamentally changed. It is no longer what you do that matters most and sets you apart from others, but how you do what you do. Whats are commodities, easily duplicated or reverse-engineered. Sustainable advantage and enduring success for organizations and the people who work for them now lie in the realm of how, the new frontier of conduct. Seidman’s distinct vision of the world, business, and human endeavor has helped enable more than 15 million people doing business in more than 120 countries to outbehave the competition. Now updated and expanded, HOW includes a new Fore¬word from President Bill Clinton and a new Preface from Dov Seidman on why how we behave, lead, govern, operate, consume, engender trust in our relationships, and relate to others matters more than ever and in ways it never has before.

Keywords: [“how”,”business”,”world”]
Source: https://www.consciouscapitalism.org/bookstore