Will Employers Accept Their Responsibility and Pay a Livable Wage for Earned Income?

OR WILL EMPLOYEES HAVE TO UNPLUG THE PLANET SO UN-EARNED INCOME (INTEREST, DIVIDENDS, AND TRUST FUNDS) DISAPPEAR?


It's not the Government's job to pick up Employers' slack by wasting people's taxes on Welfare Programs because your Employees qualify for them due to Business Owners' and Corporations' Gross Pay.


Am I right or am I right?


Does anyone else see this?


It is not in The Constitution, and I'm sure our Forefathers did not have that in mind when writing it--even though they were White and Male--that American Taxpayers will subsidize Business when Employers don't to pay a Livable Wage to Employees for Earned Income.


Will All Employers Pay a Livable Wage?


For a Head of Household with 1 partner and 2 kids?


If not somebody gotta die.

I ain't mad at ya.


We just don't have enough po folk willing to support your greedy lifestyle anymore.


Do the numbers.


Besides that, in the immortal words of Marvin Gaye, "This ain't living."


If you get confused, just lesten to the music play.


No one can enjoy the fruits of their labor--be it our own children, or that paltry sum of a wage, because we have to work 2 and 3 jobs just to make ends meet.


This is the difference between suffering WITH money, and suffering WITHOUT money.


I challenge you to understand the difference SuperNanny.

All beings are responsible for their own karma, and this is how the things that you own end up owning you.


Essential Question: "Will Employers Accept Their Responsibility and Pay a Livable Wage for Earned Income? OR WILL EMPLOYEES HAVE TO UNPLUG THE PLANET SO UN-EARNED INCOME (INTEREST, DIVIDENDS, AND TRUST FUNDS) DISAPPEARS?


As per usual, the choice is yours.


The choice is yours.


The 12-Steps to Doing (or Incurring!) No More Harm to Self and Others From Here on Out


Subtitled: There is nothing more self-seeking or self-serving than telling people they have to believe in God to get better -- from a what is now, 100 years later, known to be an Impulse-Control Disorder -- in order to keep The Fellowship of The Program still going for Auld Lange Syne.


We are not responsible for our "disease"-- only our recovery.


Step 1. We admitted that our Lives (our Health, Mind, Kids, Relationships, Housework, Work, School, Finances, Blah, Blah, Blah) had become unmanageable due to abuse of people, money, sex, alcohol, drugs, food, sugar, cell phones and other pleasures (e.g. anything that’s supposed to help reduce stress but causes more the way you use it).


Step 2. We came to believe we can manage our own lives if we just stop and wait before giving in to these impulses and making ourselves feel even worse.


Step 3. We made a decision to do no more harm to ourselves or to other people (although, like The Fellowhip of The Program -- we admit progress and not perfection). (NOTE: We do not thow the baby out with the bathwaterers or the program with the dinosaurs).


Step 4. We sought through practice and meditation (sitting in silence for 10-40 minutes daily) to improve our conscious contact with ourselves and the effects of our wild behavior (including our bitch mouth and “My way is better than yours”) on others.


Step 5. We made a searching and fearless personal inventory of what serenity, acceptance, and peace (i.e, that is, for example, such as, letting go of self-pity and being livid at our shitty parents and Boss Wigger for keeping us poor and breaking our bodies) feels like in our minds and in our bodies so we know what to shoot for in letting go and teaching our own kids better than you taught us (we understand why you didn't know).


Step 6. We made a searching and fearless personal inventory of what happens in our minds and our bodies just BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER we abuse people, money, sex, alcohol, drugs, food, sugar, cell phones and other pleasures )e.g. anything that’s supposed to help reduce stress but causes more stress and pain the way you use it).


Step 7. We were entirely ready to feel better than that. ("What does my brain feel like right now?")


Step 8a. We made a list of what happens to people we love DURING our abuse and what happens to people we love AFTER our abuse. (Example: I think I am super-funny when drunk and high, but I lost a lot of family and friends out there--after that MugShot and their shame).


Step 8b. We made a list of all people and institutions that have harmed us (I promise, they are too numerous to mention) and we became willing to let go of all those resentments (because it doesn’t feel good to hold on--and our plan of revenge will go much more smoothly when our thinking is not clouded by righteous indignation).


Step 9. We made a decision to do unto others as they would have us do unto them, except when to do so would injure them, us, or others. (Also known as The Platinum Rule). I like serving the deserving and those who are not--I really do. This is a true story. I feel better than those who do not.


Step 10. We continued to take personal inventory all throughout the day, and when we did harm to self or others promptly admitted it—if only to ourselves since our parents, sister, "friends," boss, co-workers, and sponsor will shame us for our honesty (with that bitch face and bitch mouth again) if we ever admit weakness to them or say we did something wrong, much less ask them for help.


Step 11. We sought through practice and meditation (and the paying of a Livable Wage including healthcare, retirement, and Paid Vacation and Family Leave) to continue to improve our conscious contact with self and other people by sitting in silence for 10-40 minutes every day enduring the pain of being strapped by debt from student loans without a career--or just plain poor.


Step 12. Having become even more painfully self-aware of our plight as a result of these steps, we stopped judging others, totally forgot about our bills, and started joyfully engage in Selfless Service to our partners, children, and families first, and practicing Selfless Service in all our affairs (school, work, volunteerism, at parties, and in adulterous relationships).


You don't have to believe in any god to learn to use what (I think) god gave us to do right.

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