We are living in and through a very profound time in human history. As is often the case, it's not always easy for those living through it to see it as it's happening. We're going to be different. You and I, however, will "see" this change and appreciate it as it is happening - because it is indeed a "Great Reset."
As Pentecost 2021 approaches, there is no better time to step back from the noise created by the Western world’s economic machine and look re-consider the baseline given to us at the first Pentecost.
We are focusing on creating a real-world, practical framework for economic development based on principles, rather than simply the “ideal.” It gives us the best opportunity to produce outcomes that benefit the most people possible.
Solomon's life, studied and understood in the full context of his writings, serves as an indictment on the West's misapplication of the wisdom contained in the book of Proverbs. We need to correct our error as we move into the Great Reset.
We have a choice about how to respond to what is happening in the world today - burn or build? We choose to build.
Amidst all of the uncertainty in the world today, there is an understandable tendency to fall into fear. After all, we see significant political, economic, and cultural conflict occurring simultaneously in nations around the world. Why? With so many nations and governments and cultures involved, it can lead one to believe that the answer to that question is complex. However, when there are so many variables involved, yet the outcome is the same, it actually means the root cause is relatively simple. This is where principle-based thinking can help. Those who understand that there is a universal set of “principles” ...
As the Great Reset unfolds, we have the opportunity to create an economy where spending your economic energy loving your neighbor is the "new normal." This is the "Commandment 1 Economy."