Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Toward The Gross National Wellness

“Live with intention. Walk to the edge. Listen hard. Practice wellness. Play with abandon. Laugh. Choose with no regret. Appreciate your friends. Continue to learn. Do what you love. Live as if
this is all there is.”

Mary Anne Radmacher

In every human activity it is necessary by now to knowingly insert this new dimension through the study of the behaviour and the conditions that regulate it.

In this way it becomes possible to foresee more efficiently what consequences a decision may have in terms of tonnage, of size, of capacity, and also in terms of human behaviours.

And it becomes so possible to aim to what certain economists nebulously define still the GNW (the Gross National Wellness), in substitution of the GNP (Gross National Product).

Taking as point of aim the auto-affirmation you may realize in fact that there are many ways to realize certain basic demands of every man.

Moreover we also can realize that they can also be realized with techniques that involve the use of less wealth and less raw materials.

The main point is to establish a good psychological prizes-punishments-system.
If one succeeds in getting a mechanism that works it is possible to get the tallest index of happiness, also with some mended pantaloons or with some old compact cars, without provoking deprivations.

With this strategy it is possible to effectively direct toward new values the human, both individual and collective behaviours.

On the other hand citizens they owe to realize that they are very often spiced through conditionings that does not correspond to their true interest.

Only the knowledge of the technologies of the behaviour allows them to discover the trick, and to prevent that the great principles of liberty, justice, equality, brotherhood is used by some alone as traps to catch the simpletons.

If the objective of a true democracy is that to give to every individual the dignity, the happiness, the parity with the others, the ability to understand the world in which alive, to participate in the decisions that concern it, and to express its difference, then it is necessary to study and to predispose not only the material context, but also the mental one, in which to achieve.

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