(1) Minnesota Fact on Hospice, In-Home Care and Nursing Homes for those over the age of 55 years of age. While government tax cuts would be awesome it does come with a deficit. You cannot have tax cut without budget cuts.
Minnesota and many other States have passed legislation over the years on State funding for those over the age of 55 whom are in need of long-term care and/or hospice.
While some may be misinformed, that deficit in care through STATE and FEDERAL funded care CURRENTLY MANDATES FAMILIES to pay the STATE back if YOUR LOVE ONE COULDN’T PAY or INSURANCE didn’t cover cost.
THIS implies that your SPOUSE, your CHILDREN, your BROTHERS, SISTERS and PARENTS inherit the BILL, DEFICIT, DEBT of your love one.
The STATE and GOVERNMENT has authority to GARNISH YOUR WAGES to pay off your love ones debt; GARNISH YOUR TAX REBATES, YOUR ASSETS, TAKE YOUR HOME, YOUR CAR, ANYTHING OF VALUE.
Wake Up America, Tax Reform and Repeal and Replace of Healthcare will add more burden to families under Trump Administration. Get involved, know your rights and pay attention to legislation written on paper, NOT the news media…
P.S. If anyone missed it, President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order to Repeal and Replace and/or change “The Affordable Care Act” himself in the next two weeks…
May God Help Us All and Educate Blinded Fools.
Today’s topic on #Bluecollarworkers on LinkedIn and Twitter is notable and a worthy topic, but also a smokescreen.
Recruitment Agencies are a prime example of problems with solid, sustainability, accountability and taking advantage of American workers.
All this talk about needing blue-collar workers for relief efforts for hurricane reconstruction and restoration work isn’t difficult to achieve. This is not about lack of blue-collar jobs that are undesirable to American workers. What blue-collar workers want is fair wages and gainful employment.
This graph shows one of the biggest factors that hinder gainful employment abilities for Americans in blue-collar jobs. Recruitment for blue-collar is on a slithering troll of deceit and employers (clientele) are just as responsible for this devastation in deficit in employed blue-collar workers.
It is an unfortunate example of temporary job placements that simply will not suffice. We’re talking about a multibillion dollar industry on the rise that lacks initiative; responsibility for gainful and permanent employment for Americans.
If employers want to hire more employees than they need to cut out the bullish recruitment that leads many Americans with a false sense of hope. The lack of help is a smokescreen used to place blame on millennium and generations to come. I’ve seen this happen too many times to fellow Americans. This not something new as recruitment has been around since the 80’s or perhaps longer.
What this blue-collar smokescreen is really about is how to pocket more financial gain for investors; reduce liabilities and benefits for employees that employers do don’t want to pay. Signing on with a recruitment agency minimizes these responsibility to employers (clientele).
At a drop of a coin employer (clientele) can dismiss contract employees without merit and without reason. It is not unusual for clientele to drop contract workers by the mass during times quarterly, monetary gains that aren’t sufficient. They will drop and pick up contract workers during times quarterly revenue change. At times employers know in advance when these changes will accrue.
It’s common for school districts or government to do the same to reduce cost in benefits. However the irony is clientele most often pay recruitment agencies more in monetary to avoid paying out benefits to an employee. But it is just as easy to drop a contract worker without explanation when they’ve fulfilled their contract without an explanation.
We all seek to answer “why” too many questions we may ponder about during a quest for truth but to understand “why” we must also understand the answer to this is often times implied by in some sort a “version of truth”.
There is so much angry and hatred out there that sometimes is difficulty to withstand. A person’s tolerances will certainly be put on display at times when faced with this profound utterance of noise.
A prime example would be a dear friend of mine sat at a restaurant/bar with a friend of hers who was leaving the state saying “she was fed up with all the violent, rude and abrasive people she encountered.” This woman went on to express a lot of anger, hatred, and discrimination for several hours while slamming down beers. She expressed hatred towards just about every race, religion and ethnic background; discrimination towards LGBT communities. This friend who sat there to send her angry friend a farewell goodbye without contempt while listening to the hatred and madness received a personal blow to the head too. While as abrasive as this woman was she attacked her friend who came to say farewell with much discrimination and hatred too. This farewell became a colossal mess of angry utterance.
To understand anger one must understand primary and secondary emotions as this example was simply not about what was going on in the world but rather a reflection of how she perceived things to be. Sadly, leaving the state isn’t going to solve her anger because for this to be possible she would first need to run from herself; her emotions.
Primary emotions are those that we feel first, as a first response to a situation. Thus, if we are threatened, we may feel fear. When we hear of a death, we may feel sadness. They are unthinking, instinctive responses that we have.
Typical primary emotions include fear, anger, sadness and happiness (although it is worth noting that these can also be felt as secondary emotions).
The problem sometimes with primary emotions is that they disappear as fast as they appear. Their replacement by secondary emotions complicates the situation, making it difficult to understand what is really going on.
Secondary emotions appear after primary emotions. They may be caused directly by them, for example where the fear of a threat turns to anger that fuels the body for a fight reaction. They may also come from more complex chains of thinking.
Secondary emotions may be simple feelings or may be a mix as more emotions join the fray. Thus news of a wartime victory may start with feelings of joy, but then get tinged with sadness for the loss of life.
As we begin to explore other emotional oppositions…
The word “Utterance” is also “Rhema” in Greek
Rhema (in Greek) literally means an “utterance” or “thing said” in Greek. It is a word that signifies the action of utterance.
In philosophy, it was used by both Plato and Aristotle to refer to propositions or sentences.
In Christianity, it is used in reference to the concept of Rhematos Christou; Jesus Christ’s sayings.
Utterance in spoken language analysis, an utterance is the smallest unit of speech. It is a continuous piece of speech beginning and ending with a clear pause. In the case of oral languages, it is generally but not always bounded by silence. Utterances do not exist in written language, only their representations do. They can be represented and delineated in written language in many ways.
Utterance may at times mimic sarcasm, lack of filter and blurting out loud; thinking out loud with lack of impulse control or some moral absolute cause one deems fit.
How much does religion factor into emotional and moral entities?
Religion and Absolutism…
Moral absolutism is the ethical belief that there are absolute standards against which moral questions can be judged, and that certain actions are right or wrong, regardless of the context of the act. Thus, actions are inherently moral or immoral, regardless of the beliefs and goals of the individual, society or culture that engages in the actions. It holds that morals are inherent in the laws of the universe, the nature of humanity, the will of God or some other fundamental source.
It is the opposite of Moral Relativism, the position that moral propositions do not reflect objective and/or universal moral truths, but instead make claims relative to social, cultural, historical or personal circumstances. It is related to, but not the same as, Moral Realism (the position that certain acts are objectively right or wrong, independent of human opinion), and to Moral Universalism (the position that there is a universal ethic which applies to all people, regardless of culture, race, sex, religion, nationality, sexuality or other distinguishing feature).
Many religions have morally absolutist positions, and regard their system of morality as having been set by a divinity or Supreme Being, and therefore absolute, perfect and unchangeable. Many Christians regard Christian theology as teaching a hierarchy of moral absolutes known as graded absolutism, where in the case of a conflict between two absolutes, the duty to obey the higher one (God) exempts one from the duty to the lower ones (fellow humans or, still lower, property). Divine Command Theory is an absolutist meta-ethical theory that an act is obligatory if it is commanded by God.
A primary criticism of Moral Absolutism regards how we come to know what the absolute morals are. For morals to be truly absolute they would have to have a universally unquestioned source, interpretation and authority, which critics claim, is impossibility. Why else would there over a thousand different versions of truth to these morality and books of in similar relativity of supreme beings? Of the more obvious criticisms is the sheer diversity of moral opinions which exists between societies (and even within societies) in the world today, which suggests that there cannot be a single true morality.
In versions of truth, psychiatry is just scratching the surface to understand how much scrupulosity may factor into religion, emotional and moral entities. Scrupulosity is categorized as an anxiety; OCD condition in which fear may factor into absolutism. Given the fears within scrupulosity there isn’t an accurate consensus or data to estimate how much this factors into society.
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Quote by Malcolm X,
“One of the first things I think young people, especially nowadays, should learn is how to see for yourself and listen for yourself and think for yourself. Then you can come to an intelligent decision for yourself. If you form the habit of going by what you hear others say about someone, or going by what others think about someone, instead of searching that thing out for yourself and seeing for yourself, you will be walking west when you think you’re going east, and you will be walking east when you think you’re going west.”
We are often a product of our past generations through moral absolutism, but I think it’s time to reshape our own intuitive thoughts; take a stance and lead just as many other great, inspiring leaders. Redefine the person you were born to be, lead examples with positive interactions of intolerance because violence begets violence; hatred begets hatred. We need to set better examples for future generations ahead.
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It’s been a year since The New York Times article on Amazon was written and it appears The New Your Times has hit the bullseye right on target.
Amazon’s strategic moves have Wal-Mart strategizing counterproductive measures to maintain their 20% consumer market values. Amazon has expanded their visionaries, yet seductive mission statement aimed to place them as top contender with an overzealous, crude at times marketing strategies.
But at what cost for those employed at Amazon one must ask. Very little is exposed behind-the-scenes in distribution centers and what it takes to meet Amazon’s mission statement. As Amazon continues to triumph, conquer and divide, employees may feel the bruising. You’ll either learn to love Amazon or hate them as employees feel the impact of Amazon’s rigid counter moves as it creates tension in the work place environment.
Amazon is known to use a high ratio gravity of recruitment agencies to fill in gaps, strategizing and compensating on high rollovers through Recruitment Agencies, Recruitment Process Outsourcing throughout the United States. It will be interesting to see what Wal-Mart’s strategic move will be because it appears as Amazon may have Wal-Mart on the run like a chessboard game…