Samstag, 13. Juli 2013

439 | Planet Earth: How Would Your Life Change if a Living Income was Guaranteed?

Wow! If I had a basic income that would ensure my decent survival in this world?

I would be free to expand my horizon and not be limited by working to make a living. I would no longer feel like I am wasting my time working to ensure my survival, because working will then be a point of self-expression and of contribution to society / the world.

The fear for survival and the anxiety connected to finding a job / losing a job / keeping a job: would no longer exist. 

In fact, for the first time personal freedom will exist. 

I would for instance have the freedom and luxury to really explore my talents and abilities and do what I am passionate about.
That would also be the best contribution I could make to my world as well, I am sure all can agree on this.
When we are able to work as self expression, doing something out of passion, we are within that also contributing to our world, to ourselves, to life. I am certain that all professions will gain in quality once a Basic Income is guaranteed.


I actually find the fear and anxiety point is really much bigger than we'd like to admit, it's just become so 'normal' that we tend to take it for granted and rather 'ignore' it, because we accept that 'this is how things are'.

Once that fear for survival is no longer 'needed' and you are not bound to a certain 9 to 5 job just to ensure your survival and feed your children, there's so much more you can do, you can educate yourself further, you can meet new social networks and get to know new things, you can find out what you are good at and how you can best contribute to your world, society, your own life. You can make your passion your profession. This would be a huge gain on both the personal and the societal level.

I support a Basic Income because without one's basic needs met, one cannot be an effective human being in this world and participate in society in a way that will also support society. So, given the fact that in our current system money determines the quality of life and the opportunities one has in life, I support a Basic Income as a way towards equal opportunity and quality of life for All. 

In fact, a basic income should be a human right – because without income you cannot participate in this reality and sustain yourself and your family, and unfortunately the current system does not make the basics available to all, thus not everyone can give themselves a foundation for a life in dignity. A Basic Income would be that foundation – an equal life foundation.

Basic Income has quite a history already, and what can be seen thus far is that we’ve been missing the Know-How to make it possible in the long-run, integrate it into the economy, make it sustainable and able to be implemented in any country. Therefore we at the Equal Life Foundation dedicate our contribution to showing the practical ways of implementing Basic Income, showing that it Can work and How it can work practically, as well as discussing how the systems of our world must be adjusted in order to facilitate Basic Income and also in order to allow the economy to flourish for real.

Which is why we call our proposal Basic Income Guaranteed – because we show the way that, if incorporated and applied, will easily enable Basic Income, guaranteed, and will also guarantee a sustainable win-win outcome.

The practical steps shared within the Basic Income Guaranteed proposal: offer a way to a solution for our world system, a way to changing the 'rules of the game' into a win-win situation. Just do the math. Visit and study this BIG solution that will not only allow the ECOnomy to flourish but will also ensure that every child born into this world has an equal right to a life of dignity, freedom, opportunity – for real.

Check out the Living Income Guaranteed with solutions that can be established in this lifetime to end the disaster of a profit driven system.

Check out the Bill of Rights @ the Equal Life Foundation - a comprehensive approach to our Co-existence to ensure the Right to Life, Freedom and Dignity for All.

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