Tuesday, March 27, 2012

The World Left Unchecked

The World Left Unchecked

  From what I read, the Earth has the ability to sustain many people including an emerging populace. But there is reasonable suspicion to think that the more the population increases, the more likely other problems concerning the environment, the structures of finance, and growth explosion would affect our daily lives at home, if left unchecked. The first idea that came to mind concerning growth of populace would be Access. Since many countries, have a variety of traded commodities, there has been explicit details as to how the rest of the businesses have to trade; but this was not without complication,  because right now, the problem surrounds the market with Pirating products that are trade marked, and licensed. There would be more people with small start up companies that would indulge on licensed products, creating a burden on the originator of the patents.  At the same time, the argument is to suggest more regulation, over taxing international goods, embargos for infractions that have been few and far between, and some regulators say it is nearly impossible to detect the next piracy operations before they develop. Without pointing the finger specifically at one country in particular, design of the International Trade laws and the procedures that exposes international trade agreement infractions, if left unchecked, would be disastrous in the future.
  Access has more than just one meaning on the subject of growth and the populace. The other idea to sustain our markets is to invite people exceptional to the needs of the environment, and the economy. This means that someone outside the countries boundary, should foresee using abilities specific to the area, this means Access to that area. The Immigration laws as they are have also been clouded with unnecessary hassles for emerging talent, and complicated figures that only people with the highest esteem could have diplomacy to engage in business or the process of building and maintaining positive eco- friendly relationships. The opposing side of the argument suggest that many people outside of said boundary would overpopulate any one particular area, plus the idea of access meaning quality of living compared to the societal catalyst, would deteriorate. With a more open boundary, and laws protecting citizens, especially in the labor force, it behooves us to also control the populace with smart boundaries that change with the times that we live. Left unchecked this increases products costs, demand for supplies, closed markets for high demanding trade, and building diplomatic relationships between boundaries.
  The term Neighbor has always struck a good nerve with me. At any given time, I can call my neighbor for help if he is available, for any reason. But this is not conducive to him asking me for the same as a return favor; this is just the way a neighbor is supposed to act for each other. This is very complicated with regards to Diplomacy, everything about our daily lives is considered with regard to the next appropriate steps for any given situation. With the idea of Ability, the borders can be lessened with great relationships, and trust. Since this is another tedious task that has some of the best minds generating more structured and engineered approaches, we cannot leave the idea out that we will always have the same scrutiny base from others. The hearts and minds of the entire world should be for continued comfortable and affordable growth, with this is to complete our mindset toward balance. The times that we live in, can afford us every opportunity, but without some systematic way to balance the populations ideals and Abilities toward more positive relationships, the turmoil will continue to spiral, toward unreasonableness, discontentment with authority and others, and more greed.
  My best conclusion would be, in order for us to continue a positive existence, we must also deal with the principle that we really are all the same and have the same needs as anyone else. The way some leaders of nations apply to the Imperialistic view point is as damaging to people as being at total war; and occupying nations that have ancient pasts have a long way to deal with a new found principles of balance. Others, with unlimited potential, have seen this juxtapose with the “world at their feet.” How we apply balance is to ask ourselves of our needs instead of our wants. The term, “He who dies with more toys, wins”, if left unchecked could be disastrous.