It's not figures with more commas than the average sentence that changes things. Dollar bills and coins bare the head of deceased individuals — no arms, no legs, no intentions. It's not them but us who make things happen; they are mere middlemen. They bare no power, not even potential. What they do however, is … Continue reading Dollars spent; where’s the change?
Socrates didn't pen a word of his thoughts but his student Plato and Plato's student Aristotle made tremendous contributions to an array of subjects. I don't like making comparisons because people often focus on the example not the message but observations like this are the reason I focus on refining the substance of my thoughts, … Continue reading Risking Obscurity
We exert exhausting effort to right the adverse impacts of "the way it is". We strive to help the underprivileged, the disadvantaged... the damaged. There's our food-feeding, clothing-donating, mid-incarceration counseling, there's even fundraising efforts, but all efforts focus on changing outcomes without actually changing "the way it is". While these are important, where are the … Continue reading Good Doing or Undoing?
Time is the divine's economy, which currency do you spend? Freedom of choice which source to meet your ends. There's love and of course there is indifference, Both currencies spend, it’s all about the issuers. Do you work in love, gift-giving and gifts get? Do you ascribe worth what’s ours at birth and decide who … Continue reading The Divine Economy
Rhythmic Thoughts is a A Catalog of Intellectual Property Free for Personal and Commercial Use by Ervin Welsh. Rhythmic Thoughts Magazine is a publication that explores the opportunities in Rhythmic Thoughts' catalog of intellectual property. The content of the catalog is free for personal and commercial use (no royalty fees required) and is an opportunity … Continue reading Rhythmic Thoughts Magazine 2017
I struggle to think of a time I felt more powerless than these last few weeks. My Caribbean Family had the luxuries, comforts and basic necessities of human life ripped from beneath them by hands they had no chance of fending off. Irma and Maria — among two of the most devastating hurricanes to barrel … Continue reading Operation Phoenix | Caribbean Rising
As it stands, the purpose of business is 1. profit and 2. creating value. The first is problematic enough just being a purpose. Worse yet, the second is unattainable. The true purpose of business is organizing and economizing toward social progress. Business can serve no other purpose. What it can do is to miss the … Continue reading Telos: The Truth
Listen: N/A In Consistency Lyrics Written by Ervin Welsh E musse easy to say you appreciate me ‘Cause is easy to see how you mistreat me. An ah guess is easy, de work you gimme, ‘Cause is work pon work like you wan kill me. E musse easy for you to deal with me ‘Cause … Continue reading In Consistency
Coordinating a week of activities that hosts events of varying demand was my preoccupation November 2015. I delight in the heavy-lifting necessary to put on such events and the reward of realizing objectives set in regard to them. Notwithstanding, it was toilsome. Heavy too was the cost it carried, self-funded as I had all previous … Continue reading Paying Interest On the Principle of Self
I was thoroughly impressed some years ago with an exhibition attended. I visited every stall, dialogued (even if only briefly) with everyone displaying, and beckoning for purchase was an item I simply could not ignore. In one display area I met an exhibitor with whom the conversation began casually but quickly grew considerably more meaningful. … Continue reading An Alarming Exhibition
Listen: https://audiomack.com/song/ervinwelsh/high-potential-threat-sample-20170109 High Potential Threat Lyrics Written by Ervin Welsh I’m suffocating in my own potential. I'm just waiting, can't escape it, No debating, I know it's fatal. Partially blind to reality but I've got vision. Which appears as nightmares because they’re so distant. But I'm persistent but I need assistance. Trying to do it … Continue reading High Potential Threat
I was a facilitator in 2012 for an entrepreneurship and employability training programme. One of the pre-programme activities was a community walk-through where we engaged community members, shared details of the forthcoming opportunity, gauged interest, got commitments and encouraged people to spread the word. While canvassing, we came upon a young boy playing in the … Continue reading For A Price
The future lives today as vividly on the pages of conceptual works as it will tomorrow, a world our five senses can perceive. Brilliant projections from inventive minds daring to create mentally what they had not yet experienced in the physical. The transition has already been made from think and ink, to piloting, of an … Continue reading Under Construction: Highway to He____
It's easy to hail capitalism as the best socioeconomic system in human history. However, it's not good enough that we should accept it as the best that could be. I don't think we think enough about the issues associated with money and this fuels our complacency. Here I talk about some such issues. Part of … Continue reading How Money Guides Us and Decides For Us
St. Kitts and Nevis, February 27, 2017 (Positively Inclined): I need your help and I offer you nothing in return, not because I have nothing to give but because that's not the way it's supposed to be. What I need, what Positively Inclined needs, is your support through donation and you can do so online … Continue reading Positively Inclined Founder has A Bold Proposition