The only two reasons why humans live upon Earth are:
(1) to physically exist as a mortal; and (2) to be able to exercise free will in the pursuit of individual happiness.
Poverty is the lack of the basic things that a human needs in order to physically survive upon Earth, opposing reason No. 1.
Inequality is the inability to act (omeausre of r to avoid from being acted upon) according to a person’s individual free will, opposing reason No. 2.
If you do not have the means (i.e., money, social programs, or ability to farm) to acquire good-tasting, nutritious food that supports a healthy body, you live in poverty. If you have the means, but not the choice to acquire good-tasting, nutritious food, then you live in inequality.
A person with money doesn’t necessarily have access to good-tasting, nutritious food. A person might have the “means” to grow their own food, but if the society and culture in which the person lives controls what the person can and cannot do and has not established a rule of law and order that allows a person to own a part of Earth where this food can be grown, no matter how much money one might have, inequality limits one’s ability to procure these foods.
This type of inequality comes from the fact that a very small number of humans own all of the fertile parts of Earth where good-tasting, nutritious food can be grown. Equality would require that everyone have access to the right amount of space and soil to grow their own food, if they choose. If it doesn’t make one happy to grow food, then equality demands that the person be provided with the means by which the person can acquire the food.
Equality is when the person has the choice of an action that makes the person happy, specifically according to the person’s desires of happiness. Inequality is present when a person who does not find joy in growing food, using the above example, is forced to perform physical labor in order to grow food. This force to perform* is caused by those who have an attitude of, “If I have to work and grow food, then so should you.”
The Earth has[d] the ability to produce vegetation and fruit trees that naturally produce the good-tasting, healthy food that humans require so that if a person chooses not to grow their own food and do something else, they can[could] without losing their free will.
Inequality is directly tied to poverty.
Inequality created poverty.
Inequality was introduced to the human race when one person began to place more value and importance on their own desires of happiness than others’ desires of happiness.
Inequality is the result of a person having low self-esteem, believing that you are not on equal standing with others whom you perceive are valued more than you.
If we can rid the world of inequality, poverty will follow and disappear.
The Real Truth about Earth’s history teaches us that humans began to hoard the earth’s resources and control them in order to be valued more than others. Mortals began to equate their self-worth on how much of the earth’s resources they owned and controlled. When they were able to force another mortal to beg from them, or need them in order to survive, these gained value in human society. How these began to own and control the resources of the earth in order to create value for their own life was responsible for the introduction and perpetuation of inequality.
Regardless of a person’s standing and wealth in the world, if a mortal is not able to exercise free will in the pursuit of individual happiness (or what the person does fails to result in personal happiness), then the person’s life feels useless and not worth living. A person can have all the money in the world, but if the person is not able to do what the person wants, while engaged in their individual pursuit of happiness, then the person experiences inequality.
Depression is the physical feeling associated with existing without the ability to pursue happiness.
Well was it said, “Money cannot buy happiness.”
Modern reality proves this.
Many popular, wealthy people are very unhappy. Many use drugs and alcohol in order to deal with their unhappiness. Although these might appear successful in worldly things, these “things” that they acquire aren’t necessarily what they were looking for when they began their pursuit of individual happiness.
Here’s how this happens:
*Performance: an act of staging or presenting oneself as a form of entertainment that benefits an audience.
The world places great value on a celebrity, an actor, a singer, a musician, an athlete, or politician, as a few main examples of a performer. To become one of these, one must learn to act (perform) in a way that is not a normal part of the person’s individual reality. One learns to perform for others. They perform for others in support of others’ desires to gain happiness from their performance. Therefore, performers receive value and worth, not because of who they really are when they are not performing, or for who they were before they started to perform, but because of their performance.
It was while they were not performing that they began to pursue happiness associated with self-worth and value. They wouldn’t have chosen to learn how to perform in order to be valued by others if they already had enough self-worth and value to sustain their individual happiness. When they didn’t know how to perform, these felt that they were not valued enough for who they were as an individual. In pursuit of individual happiness, which pursuit is largely based on the human psyche in the way that one is valued by others, these learned how to perform.
The more popular performers became and the more value (including money) that they received from their performance, the more depressed they become when they were not performing or can’t perform any longer. Their depression increases the more they realize that they are not valued for who they really are, but solely for their performance.
No one knows the real them. No one can value someone who they don’t know.
The fans from whom these performers receive value and worth do not care about the performer as a non-performing individual, but only for what they receive from the performer that enhances the fans’ own pursuit of happiness. Many fans, if they were able to go “backstage” and associate with the performer in real life situations, would recognize that the real person is not the performer and fans don’t particularly like the real person behind the performer’s mask. For this reason, performers maintain their act in public as much as possible.
As ironic as it might seem, although successful performers do not live in poverty, the wealthy and popular of the world equally exist in a lone and dreary world of inequality.
Is it a little child’s fault that the child’s parents insist on the child becoming a performer? Is it a little child’s fault that in order to be valued and receive worth, the child must perform and act a certain way? It is not the child’s fault. It is the world’s fault.
A child is just a child, and starts out life upon Earth just like every other child does. A child’s world is a good example of equality. Watching children play and associate with each other demonstrates the good of human nature when it comes to equality. All little children are performers in their own right, on their own little independent stage of life. If a little child starts performing according to an adult’s expectation of value and worth, none of the other little children care about the performance any more or less than their own actions. But the adult does.
The adult makes a big deal of a little child that starts to sing at an early age (singing being just one of many examples). The other little children couldn’t care less about that little child’s singing ability, but continue their play unaffected. It isn’t until the other little children notice, that the child who is singing is getting special attention. Then the other little children learn that if they cannot sing, then they are not as valued as the child that can.
The worst thing that a parent can do to a child is to encourage the child to please the parent … to please the world.
Out of the hundreds of thousands of aged children vying for a spot on America’s Got Talent, only one wins. A few might gain some publicity and attention from the show, but more than 99.9 percent fail. The emotional effect on the 99.9 percentile is devastating. What the media does not report is what happens in the lives of the 99.9 percent who are not able to get the world to see them and value them for their performance. What are these doing now? How much money do they make? How do they receive personal worth and value now that the world has rejected them? How much medication do they need in order to live emotionally stable?
The media seldom reports on the adult lives of those little children who were once valued as child prodigies with special skills, skills that were encouraged and enhanced by the will of the parent … to please the world. The world loved them as children, but what are they like as adults?
Parents set a high standard for the child’s self-worth and value, not necessarily according to what the child wanted, but what the parent wanted.
The child naturally plays and engages in life with unadulterated free will. Led by curiosity and the innate determination to explore the world, the child pursues its own version of happiness. Wanting to play with a doll is perfectly in line with a little child’s free will choice. But if male, the child might be encouraged to play with a truck instead. Without any natural ability and coordination in the child’s ability to play, some parents encourage their child to develop the ability and coordination to play sports.
Most humans are born into this world facing poverty. All humans are born into this world facing inequality.
A child can be provided with the basic physical necessities of life, although many times these basic things are scant, unhealthy, and sometimes unnecessary. What child needs 10 pairs of shoes, countless toys, and constant sensory stimulations from being played with and coddled?
The adults who age to be the most healthy emotionally were once left alone to play by themselves. These could play with a rock and a stick with as much happiness as a child does with the most expensive Lego set. But the parent … the world … sees a child who can put together a complicated Lego set as more valuable and of worth than a child who is satisfied playing with a rock and a stick.
Once thrust out into the lone and dreary world, the child who was once coddled and continually stimulated by an outside source, such as television, colorful games, puzzles, and toys, finds that the world doesn’t care about them like their parents and nannies once did. The aged coddled and extrinsically stimulated child is not happy and cannot find happiness in this lone and dreary world.
Today, many children are being diagnosed by the world’s values and standards with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a brain disorder marked by an ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development.
- Inattention means a person wanders off task, lacks persistence, has difficulty sustaining focus, and is disorganized; and these problems are not due to defiance or lack of comprehension.
- Hyperactivity means a person seems to move about constantly, including in situations in which it is not appropriate; or excessively fidgets, taps, or talks. In adults, it may be extreme restlessness or wearing others out with constant activity.
- Impulsivity means a person makes hasty actions that occur in the moment without first thinking about them and that may have high potential for harm; or a desire for immediate rewards or inability to delay gratification. An impulsive person may be socially intrusive and excessively interrupt others or make important decisions without considering the long-term consequences.
In reality, a child wanders off task, lacks persistence, has difficulty sustaining focus, and is disorganized, not due to defiance or lack of comprehension, but due to the child not staying on task, persisting, sustaining focus, and being disorganized according to the world’s expectations (taught and reinforced by the parent).
When the infant entered the world, the infant became exposed to a variety of activities (colorful toys, mobiles, videos, etc.) that constantly kept the infant’s mind engaged. The parent hoped that by artificially stimulating the little child’s mind with a variety of all the world has to offer, the child would develop intellectually. The result of all this inculcated activity forced on the child is the learned behavior: hyperactivity.
Further, a child is taught to make hasty actions that occur in the moment without first thinking about them, because of the child’s desire for immediate rewards or inability to delay gratification. This comes from being rewarded (coddled and praised with positive parental acts) and not allowing the child to act without the child receiving an immediate accolade or parental response.
All little children are impulsive by their very nature according to the purpose for which they exist as human mortals. Humans have the innate impulse to exercise free will in the pursuit of individual happiness. When this free-willed impulse is impeded or controlled in order to please someone other than the child, the child develops what the world views as an unhealthy impulsivity.
Inequality is taught. It is a learned behavior. Inequality preceded poverty.
Once the world of humans became unequal, poverty resulted in the efforts of some to own more and be valued above others.
If we do not learn how to change the world back into its original state—for which it was created—so that inequality no longer exists, the earth will eventually end because it no longer fulfills the measure of its creation, which again, is two-fold:
(1) to allow an advanced human to physically exist as a mortal; and (2) for the mortal to be able to exercise free will in the pursuit of individual happiness.
The world must become a place where little children, regardless of age, can fulfill the measure of their creation.
Since inequality came first and resulted in poverty, the only solution to the latter is to change the former. Poverty cannot end unless the inequality that caused it also ends.
If we could easily end inequality, then easily ending poverty would naturally follow. But because inequality is directly tied to free will and the emotional well-being of a mortal, and there are billions of individuals upon Earth who think independently and differently from each other, ending inequality and getting everyone to view each other and each other’s life equally valuable and of the same worth as their own, seems impossible.
Think about it …
Which is easier:
-Convincing a person that his or her religious views are wrong, or convincing a person that a piece of watermelon tastes good?
-Convincing a person that there is no outside, supreme force that can and will save us, or convincing a person that everyone needs healthy food to eat, a safe place to live, good health care, and the right to pursue the knowledge of one’s own choosing?
Take a person of a different religious affiliation to dinner at a nice restaurant. Provide the menu of choices and discuss with the person what it is that he or she wants for dinner. The conversation will usually always be positive and happy. Now discuss religion over dinner and see what happens to the pursuit of happiness.
Logically, the only course of action that can and will work in today’s world is a reverse solution. We must first end poverty before the world can start to become equal.
Let’s say, for example, that a person’s pursuit of happiness is based on the person’s ability to paint beautiful pictures of the world or abstract forms of their own invention. The person is happiest when he or she has the means to paint and is painting. The artist cannot fully develop his or her chosen (or natural) potential/talent if the artist is forced to work in a profession that is not related to artistry.
After a long day at work, the artist has a hard time physically and mentally focusing on their pursuit of happiness. If the artist had all of their basic physical needs provided without being forced to work away from their art, the artist could further develop their skill. Upon developing their skill for individual renditions of abstract form and color (as an example) the artist gains value and happiness, even if others don’t understand their choice of abstract expression.
How many artists are there in the world who are successful? How many create art in their spare time and the rest of us never see what they paint?
What if all of the mortals upon Earth who gain personal happiness from painting were allowed to pursue their talent without having to worry about working for food, clothing, housing, or healthcare? Wouldn’t the quality of their art increase? And in competition with others, wouldn’t the quality of all the world’s art increase and begin to equalize?
Equalize as we are using the term means that the value placed on the rarity of the thing decreases exponentially to its availability. Where humans value a good piece of art because of its rarity, when there are many similar pieces of art, the value decreases.
How many mortals living upon the earth have a natural propensity and talent of a steady hand that can fix things? Can you imagine if all of these, including everyone who is living in poverty, had the chance to attend medical school and learn how to use their steady hand to perform brain surgery? Wouldn’t the quality of brain surgery increase? And if the world had a plethora of incredibly talented and successful brain surgeons, wouldn’t the value associated with being a brain surgeon begin to equalize?
If every person had the chance to pursue whatever it is that brings that person happiness, wouldn’t this be a good thing? Wouldn’t this fulfill the person’s ability to exercise free will in the pursuit of individual happiness?
If everyone had their physical needs provided for … as they did as little children … and everyone was able to follow their chosen road to happiness, then whatever the person produced as a result of the pursuit of happiness would not be a rarity, but a common thing. Once common, then the thing that a person does equalizes similar to the thing that everyone else does. This equalization would eventually lead to the human race placing more value on the human right to live and pursue individual happiness, which would result in humans valuing each other’s presence more than what the person does.
One of the first things that modern mortals want to know about another person is, “What do you do?”
The person’s answer directly affects the initial perception the other has of them. First impressions are the greatest culprit that perpetuate inequality among humans. The way that we perceive each other directly affects the way that we treat each other.
“Oh, I am a brain surgeon.”
“Cool. I am a brain surgeon too. So is my dad, my brother, my sister, my aunt, and my cousin.”
All of the sudden, being a brain surgeon doesn’t matter much while introducing yourself to another.
Sensing your equality, two people who just met will be able to get to know the real person sooner and with more authenticity. “What the person does” being out of the way, you can now get to know the real person behind the “performing mask.”
Walking in on a brain surgeon sitting on the toilet grunting equalizes the way we perceive them because we sit on the toilet and grunt too.
Imagine the person for whom you have considerable value and adoration. Let’s say a religious leader who you think communicates with God on your behalf. Picture this person sitting on the toilet grunting in order to defecate. To further equalize their individual worth with your own, picture your religious leader having an orgasm during sex. The equalization is not only obvious, but humorous.
We could fill volumes with facts on how inequality initiated and perpetuates the downfall of human society. But now we need to explain why the world is going to end if humans do not reverse their course and begin to support the only two reasons why humans live upon Earth, which are: (1) to physically exist as a mortal; and (2) to be able to exercise free will in the pursuit of individual happiness.
Why would a mortal want to bring another new mortal into the world to live in poverty and inequality?
With the introduction of birth control, the population of the world is somewhat controlled, except among the people who cannot afford birth control. The poor are increasing in number at a higher rate than the affluent. Increasing in number, their need for resources also increases. If the masses cannot find the resources that the people need in order to survive, they rebel. The more the poor rebel, the stronger the affluent fight them … ending human life.
As a mortal exists upon Earth, depression sets in and the depressed look for any means to assuage their depression. Drugs increase. As drugs increase, overdose use will also increase, resulting in the end of human life.
Healthy natural foods are not being produced so that they taste good. Unnatural processes create foods that taste better than foods that used to grow abundantly and with little effort in nature. Unnatural processes disrupt the stability of the human body to fight disease. This results in the end of human life.
And of the greatest impact, the desire to be equally valued as everyone else, and the inability to meet this desire, will result in the devalued person developing nuclear bombs in undiscovered clandestine laboratories, resulting in the end of human life.
A marginalized child prodigy, who, after twelve years of existence could not self-actualize because of the pressures placed on him from infancy, will understand fusion technology and act upon this understanding to recreate the sun.
No one upon Earth can stop him because …
No one in our real, advanced world has any hope that the mortal world will change and begin to fulfill the measure of its creation.
It was the desire of our advanced selves to limit the mortal ability to act with free will with certain knowledge of Real Truth so that the earth would survive. For thousands of years during this Sixth and last Dispensation of Human Time, the ability of mortals to understand and experiment with the power and energy that is responsible for Earth’s creation and sustainability (atomic energy) was kept in check by our advanced selves.
We had an eternal hope that one day our mortal selves would understand that the earth exists for only two reasons:
(1) to allow advanced humans to physically exist as a mortal; and (2) to allow an advanced person’s brain to create a mortal avatar that could exercise free will in the pursuit of individual happiness.
To this end, we started this Marvelous Work and a Wonder®. Through this work, we have shown the world how to end poverty properly so that inequality would decrease and eventually disappear.
The plan is simple:
Reward the mortals who use their time and resources during mortality to help humans to physically exist. Give money, prestige, and value to anyone who engages in any activity that helps humans have the basic necessities of life. Make those who provide good-tasting, healthy food rich. Make those who provide secure and safe housing rich. Make those who provide healthcare rich. Change the world’s economic structure from a “trickle down” process to a “trickle up” process.
Do not give the masses money to buy things according to their free will. Because if you give them money, they will use their free will, not to provide for their physical needs first, but to provide for their emotional needs. If given the money directly, the poor will buy the things in the world that they have been convinced will bring them more personal worth or assuage their mortal feelings of depression.
If a person seeks riches in order to bring value to their mortal Self, then create a situation where they will seek them for the intent to do good—to clothe the naked, and to feed the hungry, and to liberate the captive, and administer relief to the sick and the afflicted.
Isn’t this something good in which humanity can place its hope?
Whether a person wants to see it as a hope in humanity, or a hope in Christ, isn’t hope’s end the same?
We either come together as a human family, in which all of us are equal members, and create home for ourselves on Earth as we do “in heaven” …
Or this earth we call home won’t be worth saving.
Ending poverty is our only Hope.