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When I first heard the phrase “unevident selfishness” I felt something ‘hit me’ in the gut … and I stopped the CD to listen again. “People appearing as though they care, and doing good things”, but according to the presenter, the late R Buckminster Fuller in reality they are actually selfish, and doing their best to conceal it.
People interested in bettering their own position.
Isn’t that what we should be doing in our life? I’m sure most would agree, however when you understand there is abundance available, enough for everyone on our planet to be living the lifestyle of a billionaire then it is no longer integrity, (ie it no longer works) and that is what Fuller is saying. Continue reading
Wow … 93.18% believe there will be no practical solutions come from the Copenhagen conference. You could say that “Whether we survive, or not … it is up to you and me.” Here are a few suggestions you can put into action today. Continue reading
So what’s this electric car that could help create ‘Multi-Billionaires’ on our beautiful planet within the next decade or two? The concept is simple but the plan is BOLD. By focusing on the aspects of automobile travel that people want and enjoy; on the freedom, the security and the choices that it makes available Agassi has come up with a brilliant plan that Renault-Nissan evidently jumped at. Now we are talking multi billion dollar investments here but the returns are amazing. Continue reading
If you know anyone who is interested in creating an extra $22,000 a month and in helping us fulfill Buckminster Fuller’s prophesy of having everyone on planet earth be enjoying life fully, living the lifestyle of billionaires please invite them to visit Your Healthy Planet.com and join us today. Continue reading
Billionaire Richard Pratt … creating a World that works! As we farewell one of Australia’s truly loved businessmen Mr Richard Pratt this week I hope we focus on the passion and the legacy Mr Pratt left behind. I had two … Continue reading