Short documentary about poverty, collapsing eco-systems and financial speculations: a moment’s survey about the present state of the world.
Click on this link and you can start watch 16 minutes short documentary called Momentaufnahme (Snapshots) in various languages.
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Tagged desire, documentary, Economic, economy, financial crisis, food, generosity, goodwill, greed, hope, Human, Human rights, humanity, hunger, needs, poverty, Prosperity, selfishness, starving, want
I came across with a letter of S’bu Zikode who is the member of Abahlali baseMjondolo shack dwellers movement in South Africa.
This letter shows current most important problem humanity faces today. This is world-wide problem called apartheid between rich and poor, privileged and unprivileged. But I want to emphasize this problem from the psychological view.
Here is the excerpt of this letter which shows core of the problem: Continue reading
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That is how the future will look like.
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Tagged desire, Earth, economy, Enterprise, food, goodwill, Government, hunger, Hunger strike, needs, people, poverty, rights, Star Trek, starving, want, will to good
Food sovereignty is about purpose of economy in a world scale.
Summary of seven principles to achieve food sovereignty (according to Via Campesina):
- Food: A Basic Human Right Everyone must have access to safe, nutritious and culturally appropriate food in sufficient quantity and quality to sustain a healthy life with full human dignity. Each nation should declare that access to food is a constitutional right and guarantee the development of the primary sector to ensure the concrete realization of this fundamental right. Continue reading
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The most known classification of human needs comes from psychologist Abraham Maslow. He divided them hierarchically ordered into five components:
- esteem and
According to the thread of my blog I will set out more specific needs of these five. Continue reading
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Tagged Abraham Maslow, Basic needs, desire, education, food, health, health care, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, money, needs, obesity, poverty, Psychology, Self-actualization, shelter, starving, want