No More Dirty Park Benches In EMS
A quote about money:
”It establish the now. It is the energy within which the present moment of the human functions. It is the energy which determines which direction the present moment will take. It is the energy that determines what choices will be made. It is the energy that determines who will be in power. It is the energy that determines who will live and die. It is for all practical purposes, the ‘God of Man’.” – Bernard Poolman
When I walk down the street in downtown Los Angeles, I sometimes see small parks in the middle of the city where I see benches. These park benches is where I see beggars sleeping and where people eat lunch or sometimes fool around with friends. Whatever the case, the people who are benefitting from the use of these benches does not take responsibility in cleaning up the benches. It seems that because the park benches are government property the individual is not responsible in keeping it clean. Beggars having no money to pay for rent is left to live in the streets and sleep on benches as if this is normal. We accept and allow this to happen in this current monetary system.
If we have a look at the commonsense of living in equality, we will see that there is exchange within the expression of every life particle – and that flow is meant to benefit the life system that exist from the basis of the principle of what is best for all. The park benches assist us. It is commonsense to clean up after using it so we can use it again next time and so it can serve its purpose. In an equal money system, we will see the commonsense in living as equals – so there will be no more dirty park benches in EMS.