I think that if we can get beyond our everyday lives we can get beyond our everyday lives. We all have to realize that the world is a far more complex place than we are used to thinking.
I also think that if we can get past our daily lives we will understand the world more than we do. I read a lot of books and listen to a lot of podcasts, but I don’t have a strong sense of the world around me… just like a lot of other people I know. When I think of the world I live in I think of a lot of the things I’ve gone through that aren’t really my life.
What’s interesting about it is that all of these “things” (in the sense that we often think of them) often take on a life of their own. I’m thinking of the things I’ve done, the things I’ve bought, the things I’ve done on my resume, and the things I’ve created online. I mean, sometimes I can’t even remember what it was that I did in the first place.
The reason I’m thinking of these things is so the world I live in doesn’t really exist. The world I live in is the world I have no place in. My life and my life on earth is the world I live in.
My life outside of my home is something else entirely. I live in a country that has no way to support itself, and without the power of the government (or even the local police) we live in, we are effectively homeless. I live in a country where half the population is on disability benefits (if you take out the disabled, you take out half the population) and where the economy is in a terrible slump, and all we can do is scrape by.
A country that doesn’t need government support, but you can’t use the government to move people around without the government having a say. I live in a country where there are no public transportation options, and with all that money we’re getting we’re forced to spend most of it on things that we don’t need, like schools and welfare. There is a whole lot more to it than that.
The problem is that the people who are forced to spend their money on things that they dont need are the people who are the main source of their problems. When you spend your money on things that you dont need, you can’t pay for things you need. This is true of nearly every sector of our economy, and its even true of government services.
So what do you do when you realize you need something? You cut the spending and increase the spending. The result? Government has become more and more bloated, more and more inefficient, and more and more corrupt. And all because the people who are supposed to make government run are the same people who are making it run.
Government is a bloated bureaucracy. It’s bloated because it’s inefficient. Inefficiency is the name of the game for government, and that’s because it’s all about how big it can be. It’s not about any real need that the government has, and because it’s all about how much it can do, then it’s only natural that it grows larger.