This article, by Dr. Reuben Egolf, explores the deeper layers of social injustice that have been in place for centuries. Now is the time to make the shift into righteous behavior toward our fellow man. In the face of deplorable “trade deals” or “treaties” being formed at the upper levels of international power, this article exposes and challenges colonialist thinking and reminds us all of the price for selfish thinking. Wisdom lifts everyone – not just the few. Let’s trade in ‘shrewdness’ for ‘wisdom’ and see what global life can be like! In the words of Jesus, praying, “Your will be done, YOUR kingdom come, on Earth [just] as it is in Heaven.” Jesus knew what He was asking; He knew how things are governed and operating in Heaven – and He knew the hearts of men; He knew the difference. That’s why He taught us to pray this with Him. When we pray this from our hearts, we are on the right side of history and Heaven. When we have opportunity to speak or act in line with this prayer, it is incumbent on us to do so.
The Lord be with all people of peace, for His glory and our fulfillment. Amen.
A developing nation that has its sights on a prominent future that consists of competent leadership, financial stability, and a voice on the international stage must have the following filter for all decisions. What will promote human life? What will promote human flourishing — realizing the full potential of life and the freedom to do so? The establishment of placing human value at the pinnacle of the pyramid of priorities is paramount for all infrastructure to be built upon. In other words, what benefits the people and promotes the health of the individual.
That means that corporations cannot pillage, rape, and prostitute the people for rich natural resources. They profit billions and the indigenous workers receive pennies and barely survive. The corporations then take the money from the developing country and bank it in their home nation along with the finished product they have mined. The backs of the native…
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