The Haves & The Havenots – Which Do You Choose?

“a nation cannot prosper long when it favors only the prosperous.

The success of our economy has always depended not just on the size of our Gross Domestic Product, but on the reach of our prosperity; on our ability”
-Barack Obama – 2008 Inauguration  Speech.

Greetings Earthlings!
On the philosophical tip, which is what brings some of you to this destination, the focus of my new year/decade resolution for 2010 centers around the old fashioned story of the Haves and Havenots and the truths about what are both the causes and effects of the matter.

This would actually be a good subject to expand upon with some indepth literature, yet my resolution also entails that I get down to the most simple and basic fundamental truths about matters in order to cut in line and bypass the complicated sounding jargon and belief that the matters are complicated to begin with.

From what I can see, the simple truth is that America really is the land of opportunity which entails an interesting Catch 22.

Manifest Destiny

One has the opportunity to succeed and or fail simultaneously, yet like anything else, the end result would actually show to be based on decisions, so my logic says that I should look at the end result that I desire (fruit), and then decided (sow) accordingly, and I have always noticed that there are always different outlooks on life which separate successful and unsuccessful people, so I choose to focus in on the examples and outlooks of those who have achieved the results that I seek.

What does this all mean?
Fill In Your Own Blanks (_________), yet whatever you choose to enter as a choice, if you choose to enter a selection at all, your time and energy will be spent on which ever decision you made regardless, and the end results will reveal beyond a shadow of a doubt that all was, is, and will continue to be, revealed with time.

Decisions, Decisions!

A different perspective to consider.