The greatest mistake in the treatment of diseases is that there are physicians for the body and physicians for the soul, although the two cannot be separated. Plato
The Preferred Care Card is your pass into a life of being healthy, or is it? The answer is, not at all, it is however your pass to pay a monthly fee so that Health Care Providers, ie. Health Insurance Companies, can pretend that the are keeping you safe and healthy. The main point here is “pretend” as most of us with half a sense know that Health Care in the western world does not necessarily keep you healthy, but turns you into a servant to their requests and demands. Which usually has nothing to do with health, but money. As humans we remain healthy by what we put into our body, foods, exercise, strength and relationships. However no matter how hard we try we are all expendable, and Health Care providers know this, what they want to you think is that they have the power to extend your life. Much like the old Medicine Man, Preacher or Shaman, one can derive that what they are really giving you is a false hope, so that you give them your money.
“Our inventions are wont to be pretty toys, which distract our attention from serious things. They are but improved means to an unimproved end.” Henry David Thoreau
The toy doll, or in this particular case the Cabbage Patch Doll, was desired by every boy and girls under the age of 10 in the mid 1980′s, plus their hording parents, in this particular case mostly the children’s mothers. The Cabbage Patch kids brand of products had originally started as dolls called Little People, created by Xavier Roberts then later attracted the attention of toy manufacturer Coleco who began mass production in 1982.
Parents in the 80′s flocked to stores across the United States in an attempt to obtain one of the toy dolls for their children, with fights occasionally erupting between parents over particular dolls. People would camp outside of stores waiting in line for hours and even days just to get their hands on one of these plastic dolls. Westerners especially in the United States treated this particular doll like deity, waiting days to see one, spending family savings just to behold one, then passing it down to their children to worship.
“The truest characters of ignorance are vanity, and pride and arrogance.”Samuel Butler
We all live in a jet set age when one feels they need to match looks with their time constraint and the best option to keep those locks glossy and bouncy is to run for a hair dryer. It also goes by the name blow dryer and can be found in almost every home across the western world. Many of us that grew up in the eighties spent a number of accumulated hours perfecting the look of our bangs with the combination of the blow dryer and a can of Aquanet hairspray. Over the years hair dryers have become almost indispensable. There is a general idea that sitting around outside with wet hair might lead to colds and flues. Whatever the reason the hair dryer has come to stay.
“What? You search? You would multiply yourself by ten, by a hundred? You seek followers? Seek zeros!”
The Microchip or integrated circuit is also referred to as an IC, monolithic integrated circuit and just plane old ‘chip’. It is an electronic circuit used in almost every piece of electronic equipment any of us would use today. Cellular phones, computers, hardware, and other digital appliances that are now engraved into everyday life of modern society are available only on account of integrated circuits. Without the microchip none of what you have been reading today on the computer would have ever existed, because their would be no computer, no world wide web, no Facebook. Microchips have also been used for surveillance and information gathering in animals and products. Many pet owners have had microchips implanted in their cat or dog for identification purposes in case it runs away or comes up missing. Some humans have chosen to have a microchip implanted in them for much of the same reason, so far by choice. Many of the items in your house from your clothing to your appliances have microchips in them that are collecting data on your personal habits. Eventually this information will be used for only good things like sending you advertisements that will most likely get your attention in an attempt to purchase more things.
“Technological progress is like an axe in the hands of a pathological criminal.” Albert Einstein
The ever so dreaded yet admired cellular technology and it’s progressive force towards mobile communication. The cell phone took mobile technology to an entire new platform bringing communication and surveillance from the satellites above to your front pocket. Where am I, where are you, can you please tell me who I am…. hello….hello…is anybody there. The cell phone has become a must have accessory not just in the western civilization but to the entire world. In 2010 it was reported that over 60% of the worlds population carried a cell phone.
One might say that we have come a long way from the beeper.