In a society of capitalism, we only look out for ourselves. We see only what we want and need to survive in this American lifestyle. It comes to a point where we become greedy and heartless. It is now time that we make an economic change in the way we live. It is time for us to look out for each other and realize that if we all had the same things or got what ever we wanted but worked for it, we can all be satisfied and not economically disadvantaged. In fact not only will we be crushing down the oppression of society (the rich) we would also be bringing up the poor to a level of status.
In this case I’d like to introduce our character for this proposal, Joe Shomoe. Joe works at an out of town Chili’s restaurant. He gets minimum wage, lives in a studio downtown with his friend, and also works part-time at the liquor store down the street. Joe constantly needs to battle with his money in order to get the things that he wants and needs. Joe learns about a new economic movement through friends. They tell him its what this society needs and that people all around are getting into it so that they can survive this world with less struggle.
Joe, is not impressed and cares not to join the “cult” as he would refer to it but months later he notices his friends money gain and smarter outlook on life. His friend says to Joe: “Listen Joe you are caught in a system where you are being fooled. You are looking only for what you need. There are people out there just like us, tired, hungry, upset, most of all there are children too.
To a Friend Whose Work Has Come to Triumph In the poem 'To a Friend Whose Work Has Come to Triumph', Anne Sexton alludes to the flight of Icarus and Daedalus and to 'To a Friend Whose Work Has Come to Nothing' to convey a message to a friend. I think this poem was written to reassure a friend that what she did was the right thing. Perhaps a father figure of the friend advised her to do something ...
They are dying. Please give it a shot.” Reluctantly Joe gave in and decided to give it a test run, and here we go. Joe first went through a questionnaire process. It asked all the general questions, name, age, where are you from, and so forth.
It then asked his salary and living space and with whom. Joe finished the questionnaire and turned it into the staff. Now was time for his introductory meeting with his new lifestyle. A long black haired, soft speaking, ethnic lady spoke. “My name is Norma Iianes. I started this system when I was 23 years old.
I was poor living on the street and hopeless. I soon got help from Laura’s Home, which rehabilitates drug addicts off the street. Luckily they accepted me because I wasn’t a drug addict and I wasn’t to there status. But it was here where I seen these beautiful angels, realize that life happens and in order to live it they must help themselves, together. I never seen anything like it. Things happened on a count of the people around the drug addicts.
They would some how get food to feed them with. Clothing to clothe them with. Everything there was a blessing for people who didn’t have anything. But it wasn’t always the staff who helped them out it was each of them who had a task. Cleaning the house, washing dishes, or doing laundry.
They also gained interpersonal skills and technology skills by people who would come in to volunteer. As I somehow got myself to look gain hope and gain a full strength of unbreakable power I came to with this system of our economy where we could defeat it and change it but not do it in a manner where they think we are cult people. So let me begin. We all know that work is the one thing that keeps us busy, helps us mature, and give us an open mind about different subjects. While some jobs offer high and low pay, and not to mention the same workers all year round, my system hits them all hard with something they never thought would be possible. We are based on a system of rotation folks.
No more hard breaking, back aching, pain of labor, in your low income jobs because now everyone gets a share of it. Not only that but now you are able to build up your knowledge in technology with jobs that are set to met anyone’s style of pace. I have so many companies that range from the internet world to the crop growers, from entertainment industries to global economies. We all believe that in order to succeed we need to be a breed of ants, as we put it. We help each other in the process. Everyone in our system rotates to a new job every six months.
As the saying goes, "The primary purpose of education is not only teach you earn your bread but also to make each mouthful sweeter." In my opinion, a value system and skills for a specific job is not mutually exclusive. In the era of rapid social and technology changes leading to fierce competition, both a value system and job-related skills are imperative for a person not only to survive but also ...
After a trial of two to three years they are given a chose of what they want to do and one labor job they wouldn’t mind doing. With a wide range of different exciting jobs no one ever complains. When the payroll comes in, it will always be enough to support you, your family, and anything you want. You learn your boundaries and spenditures through my twice- taking- a- year- class. In the class you ” ll learn of the secrets that will keep you from going bankrupt and different issues we face in the economy. We want to make sure that you do well in this new system and understand its potential to help keep us all at the same level and overcome greed.
I’ve been saying the “system” a lot and its because the fact is that the government supports this system whether they like it or not. We have started this underground for almost a decade and have gained 10, 000, 000 liberators from west to east coast. A revolution could spring about if we are denied to be equal. (We work with the government too.
) That’s what its all about folks, equality in this system. We get paid equally, gain knowledge equally, and help each other out equally… .” Joe left the meeting bewildered and confused. Of course he had a lot of questions but the one thing he got for sure was equality in the system and a rotation of jobs. Wouldn’t that tire him out? Wouldn’t he dislike working in the fields? The next day Joe would receive a phone call explaining how his new lifestyle would work. He quit both his jobs in order to start and gave in any items that he didn’t want, somewhat of a donation.
To Joe’s amazement nothing would necessarily change except his outlook on life. Joe woke up it was 7: 30 am, today he would get his paycheck but most importantly and sadly he would be ending his six month period ending his community work with the Orphanage Center two blocks away from his own apartment. Joe took a warming to children as he put in his questionnaire and was given this job. Tomorrow he would go to computer training school, he would get paid as well. However today was a day of good-byes and farewells, as the children hugged and kissed Joe for his great work done there. At his night class, for the system, Norma was there and wanted to hear from Joe after his six month period this is what he said: ” My name is Joe Shomoe.
Honors World Geography 9-3 April 10, 1997 Stolen Childhood What would you do if your childhood was stolen How would this robbery, commonly called child labor, affect your life This problem is still present today. Something must be done to stop it. The social problem of child labor did not just simply disappear after the industrial revolution. It had persisted then in America and England, and it is ...
I no longer loathe the world that I live in. I used to think that slumming my way through life’s struggles helped me be a better person for myself. After the orphanage, help with getting my own place, and constantly giving donations, I realize that this is a better way of bettering myself and for others. I also learned that without opening my mind just a little to this system allowed me to be with those children and not worrying about rent or other things. I know that after my next six month period I’m returning back to that orphanage. Thank you.” Hello there, my name is Norma Iianes and I’m the co-founder of System of an Economic Movement.
When I first seen Joe he was working and struggling at Chili’s. Surprised I was when I seen him at one of my meetings. I knew that he was one of the lost kindred spirits who needed some guidance. With help through the system he became a leader of his own, finding himself with children. People like Joe wonder why they have to struggle there way through life in order to get the things that they want not realizing they only need the things they need.
Through my system we explain how things are brought to you and how you get them, and the simple answer to both is you. You make it happen because you put your effort into it and not only you help out but you now have friends who are doing the same thing for them but for all. So please consider this new change, consider Joe, and the millions and millions of people who aren’t worried about their economic status anymore. Consider yourself and the world around for a better change.