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July 13, 2020

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July 13, 2020
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  2. Too much ignorance, too much anger, and too much greed;

    and too little self trust, too little family trust, and too little community trust;
  3. too much attachment to non-living things and too little connection

    with other living things;
  4. and suboptimal communication

  5. are roots of suffering.

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  13. Commands

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  15. Communicate.

  16. Trust.

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  18. (e)Valuate.

  19. Share.

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  21. Translate.

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  23. And translate:

  24. Logic Mathematics Physics Chemistry Biology Psychology Sociology

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  26. And translate:

  27. Art Love

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  29. And eat!

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  31. Enjoy.

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  33. Commands

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  37. Statements

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  39. As people, our job should be: to first, see the

    roots of suffering; second, do no harm; third, share; fourth, help; and fifth, optimize health and wealth.
  40. I hear it.

  41. We acknowledge that we sometimes do not use powerful enough

    [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to see the roots of suffering. We acknowledge that even if we have seen the roots of suffering, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to do no harm. We acknowledge that even if we have done no harm, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to share. We acknowledge that even if we have shared, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to help. We acknowledge that even if we have helped, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to optimize health and wealth.
  42. I hear it.

  43. Therefore, we, as valued members of our glocal communities, [rural

    to urban; on earth +/- on the internet] are obligated to alleviate suffering in the meantime while we search for and/or build and then begin using powerful enough tools.
  44. I hear it.

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  46. *Star is a tool for optimizing health and wealth.

  47. *Star is:

  48. Who I am. What my job(s) is/are. The extent to

    which I am using tools for communication optimally. The extent to which I am consuming food optimally. The extent to which I am consuming art optimally. The extent to which I am hearing truth. (-) The extent to which I am greedy. (-) The extent to which I am angry. (-) The extent to which I am ignorant. (-) The extent to which I am attached to non-living things. The extent to which I am connected with other living things. The extent to which I trust myself. The extent to which I trust my family. The extent to which I trust my community. The extent to which I am seeing truth. The extent to which I am producing art optimally. The extent to which I am producing food optimally. The extent to which I am using tools for transportation optimally. The extent to which I am using tools for recycling optimally. The extent to which I am using tools for recreation optimally. The extent to which I am using tools for resuscitation optimally. The extent to which I am resting. Where I am on earth. The communities of which I am a valued member and who my trusted leader(s) is/are.
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  50. Beam is a tool for helping.

  51. Beam is:

  52. The extent to which I need help. How I am

    alleviating suffering. How I am searching for and/or building optimal tools. The extent to which I can give help. With whom I live. How many people and for how much time I am helping.
  53. StarBeam is a tool for sharing.

  54. StarBeam is:

  55. Whether or not I am sharing. The extent to which

    I am sharing goods. The extent to which I am sharing services. How I am sharing truth. Where on earth I am sharing. Whether or not I am sharing on the internet. My mean (e)value and how I am sharing.
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  57. *Star is a tool for optimizing health and wealth. Beam

    is a tool for helping. StarBeam is a tool for sharing. Communication and community are tools for peace. Home and family are tools for living. Eye and (corp. of) person(s) are tools for seeing the roots of suffering. Farm is a tool for sharing. City is a tool for helping. Community is a tool for optimizing health and wealth.
  58. Global community members are people who share tools and truth

    on earth +/- on the internet. The less healthy, the more help that is needed. The more wealthy, the more help that can be given. People who resuscitate evaluate health.
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  60. If, as people, our job were today: to first, go

    home [and eat!] ; second, (e)valuate [using *Star] our [and each other’s] glocal trusts [communities +/- (corps. of) persons +/- families] ; third, find [on maps] people who need help (the most)… …and fourth, connect with people who can give (the most) help; fifth, build our networks of glocally trusted [community +/- (corp. of) person(s) +/- family] leaders; and sixth, communicate [and eat!] ;
  61. then we would live in peace today with less suffering

    tomorrow.
  62. TrustNet is a tool for living in peace today with

    less suffering tomorrow.
  63. If, as people, our job [on earth] were today: to

    first, communicate [and eat!] ; second, build our networks of glocally trusted [community +/- (corp. of) person(s) +/- family] leaders; third, find [on maps] people who need help (the most)… …and fourth, connect with people who can give (the most) help; fifth, valuate [using *Star] our [and each other’s] glocal trusts [communities +/- (corps. of) persons +/- families] ; and sixth, go home [and eat!] ; If, as people, our job [on the internet] were today: to first, go home; second, (e)valuate [using *Star] our [and each other’s] glocal trusts [communities +/- (corps. of) persons +/- families] ; third, find [on maps] people who need help (the most)… …and fourth, connect with people who can give (the most) help; fifth, build our networks of glocally trusted [community +/- (corp. of) person(s) +/- family] leaders; and sixth, communicate;
  64. then we would live in peace today with better tools

    tomorrow.
  65. MapQuest is a tool (powered by TrustNet) for living in

    peace today with better tools tomorrow.
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  67. Truth is to be communicated.

  68. Communication is sharing.

  69. Money is a tool for sharing.

  70. Money is valuable.

  71. Time is valuable.

  72. Time is money.

  73. Money is trust.

  74. Truth is trusted.

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  76. In each other we trust.

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  78. People create money.

  79. People create time for trusted persons.

  80. People create trusted person-time.

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  82. A domino is a leadership cycle.

  83. A ledger is a suscitative book.

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  85. Statements

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  89. (e)Valuations

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  93. (e)Valuations

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  97. Credits

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  102. …and so on…

  103. Friend

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  105. https://www.forbes.com/ real-time-billionaires/ #55c5f6a33d78

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  107. People who produce food

  108. People who consume food

  109. People who share goods

  110. People who use tools for recycling

  111. People who use tools for transportation

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  113. People who produce art

  114. People who consume art

  115. People who share services

  116. People who use tools for recreation

  117. People who use tools for communication

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  119. People who see truth

  120. People who hear truth

  121. People who share truth

  122. People who use tools for resuscitation

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  124. People who can give help

  125. People who need help

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  127. People who share on earth

  128. People who share on the internet

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  130. People who live on farms

  131. People who live in cities

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  133. People who search for and/or build optimal tools…

  134. …+/- connect with other living things

  135. People who alleviate suffering…

  136. …+/- detach from non-living things

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  138. People who are on earth

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  140. People who are resting

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  142. Communication Community

  143. Home Family

  144. Eye (Corp. of) Person(s)

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  146. Earth

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  148. Food with minimal greed and optimal community trust

  149. Art with minimal anger and optimal family trust

  150. Truth with minimal ignorance and optimal self trust

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  152. Logic

  153. Psychology

  154. Sociology

  155. Mathematics

  156. Physics

  157. Chemistry

  158. Biology

  159. Biology

  160. Biology

  161. Biology

  162. Biology

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  165. Sharing Peaceful Seeing

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  178. Credits

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  182. Debts

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  186. Debts

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  191. The End Domino: A Book If, as people, our job

    should be: to first, see the roots of suffering; second, do no harm; third, share; fourth, help; and fifth, optimize health and wealth; and if we acknowledge that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to see the roots of suffering; and if we acknowledge that even if we have seen the roots of suffering, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to do no harm; and if we acknowledge that even if we have done no harm, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to share; and if we acknowledge that even if we have shared, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to help; and if we acknowledge that even if we have helped, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to optimize health and wealth; then to what extent [and for how much time / how many people] are we, as valued members of our glocal communities, [rural to urban; on earth +/- on the internet] obligated to alleviate suffering in the meantime while we search for and/or build and then begin using powerful enough tools?
  192. The End Domino: A Book If, as people, our job

    should be: to first, see the roots of suffering; second, do no harm; third, share; fourth, help; and fifth, optimize health and wealth; and if we acknowledge that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to see the roots of suffering; and if we acknowledge that even if we have seen the roots of suffering, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to do no harm; and if we acknowledge that even if we have done no harm, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to share; and if we acknowledge that even if we have shared, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to help; and if we acknowledge that even if we have helped, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to optimize health and wealth; then to what extent [and for how much time / how many people] are we, as valued members of our glocal communities, [rural to urban; on earth +/- on the internet] obligated to alleviate suffering in the meantime while we search for and/or build and then begin using powerful enough tools?
  193. The End Domino: A Book If, as people, our job

    should be: to first, see the roots of suffering; second, do no harm; third, share; fourth, help; and fifth, optimize health and wealth; and if we acknowledge that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to see the roots of suffering; and if we acknowledge that even if we have seen the roots of suffering, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to do no harm; and if we acknowledge that even if we have done no harm, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to share; and if we acknowledge that even if we have shared, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to help; and if we acknowledge that even if we have helped, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to optimize health and wealth; then to what extent [and for how much time / how many people] are we, as valued members of our glocal communities, [rural to urban; on earth +/- on the internet] obligated to alleviate suffering in the meantime while we search for and/or build and then begin using powerful enough tools?
  194. The End Domino: A Book If, as people, our job

    should be: to first, see the roots of suffering; second, do no harm; third, share; fourth, help; and fifth, optimize health and wealth; and if we acknowledge that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to see the roots of suffering; and if we acknowledge that even if we have seen the roots of suffering, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to do no harm; and if we acknowledge that even if we have done no harm, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to share; and if we acknowledge that even if we have shared, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to help; and if we acknowledge that even if we have helped, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to optimize health and wealth; then to what extent [and for how much time / how many people] are we, as valued members of our glocal communities, [rural to urban; on earth +/- on the internet] obligated to alleviate suffering in the meantime while we search for and/or build and then begin using powerful enough tools?
  195. The End Domino: A Book If, as people, our job

    should be: to first, see the roots of suffering; second, do no harm; third, share; fourth, help; and fifth, optimize health and wealth; and if we acknowledge that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to see the roots of suffering; and if we acknowledge that even if we have seen the roots of suffering, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to do no harm; and if we acknowledge that even if we have done no harm, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to share; and if we acknowledge that even if we have shared, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to help; and if we acknowledge that even if we have helped, that we sometimes do not use powerful enough [or even the basic] tools [goods and/or services] to optimize health and wealth; then to what extent [and for how much time / how many people] are we, as valued members of our glocal communities, [rural to urban; on earth +/- on the internet] obligated to alleviate suffering in the meantime while we search for and/or build and then begin using powerful enough tools?