Since the Appollo mission in 1968 do we know for having seen it on television that we live on an small isolated planet

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This, the creation of the Superdog.Org, begins in 1999 with a personal quest due to my own realizations growth and awareness .  Both my studies in business administration, economy and finance, and my professional years of international business experience have brought me to question economy and finances as it was conceived and, as it had been and still is taught.  It seemed to me then, and the notion still seems valid to me today, that economy and finances should encompass more than what they do. And that economic indexes and balance sheets should reflect more of the realities we are all confronted with.

Fortunately some progress is being made in economy with the publication of the STIGLITZ-SEN-FITOUSSI report and its adoption by the European Union in October 2009. 

Download the report of the commission:
Report of the commission on the measurement of economic performance et social progress, PDF file, 3 235 Ko

The equation has changed but we have not.

Simply put, it feels like a lot more of Life should be accounted for.  Things which were considered limitless are now clearly limited, however large the supply It seems obvious to me that a lot of what is really valuable does not count.  Neither natural resource such as fresh air, clean water, clean soil, which I regard as capital, and as part of The Capital.  The way I see it, Life is Capital, The Capital. Our environment, the wealth of our biodiversity, all of mankind, and each of its element of individual, everything counts and has value.  We should acknowledge these simple truths and account for what there is in a way that is as faithful to reality, to Life.   It seems to me that it is to our advantage to account as best we can for the capital we handle.
What struck me is that once we all knew that our planet was a little finite blue planet in one of the solar systems of the cosmos, we could not write anymore the economic equation as we had done it in the past, arguing that, because there was an infinite supply of everything, nothing could ever have any other value than zero. Our task is therefore to find ways to figure out the worth of everything.

Joseph Campbell, the famous professor of mythology who passed away in 1988, used to place this global realization that our planet is a small finite world with the 1968 US NASA Apollo Mission because millions of people saw our little planet earth on TV screens.   

Only in 1995 have I have become convinced of the supremacy of non-violence over violence, and of non-violent management over Machiavellian management.

Our task is therefore to find ways to figure out the worth of everything.  

Only in 1995 have I have become convinced of the supremacy of non-violence over violence, and of non-violent management over Machiavellian management.

In general terms things like clean water, fresh air, natural and human resources cannot be deemed worthless, equal to zero any more on the assumption that there is an unlimited supply.  Actually we have learned that all these things that were thought not having any value are coming back at us with a price. Machiavelli is only correct if the value of what is sacrificed is not considered.

It is therefore important to engage in a discussion about economy showing that Peace is the moneymaker. The whole matter is that We have to help ourselves & our institutions, especially our governments which are supposed enforce our desire for law and order to abandon violent methods of solving problems


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