Who or what is the Antichrist? What will usher in this time of destruction of the church as we know it? Find out with Nate on this episode of The Backyard Preacher Podcast!
What is the difference between work in the past and work today? If you had the opportunity to make a living doing what you love would you? Do you live to work or work to live?
Automation technology is a wonderful thing; in the hands of the right people. Fast food restaurants, grocery stores, factories, and more are replacing humans with machines. Robots are taking over and they are going to put people out of work. I think it is a wonderful thing. Most of these jobs are crap jobs that nobody wants anyway. Not many people in High School thought I want to work at Walmart for my career. People want to be painters, poets, astronauts, firemen, policemen, actors, sports players; come on, you get it. We take away talent from our nation and world by placing people in jobs that could easily be automated. This then begs the question of what about my job?
This is what I would do. I would gather the profits from the automation and divide it up among the people. I would build Universities that people could attend for free, provide the tools and skills that meet the potential of the individual. Have centers for people to go and meditate and pray all day. Grocery stores would be plentiful and you would not even have to pay for the food; grab what you need and leave. Hospitals would be filled with the sick and doctors not having to worry about money because money is not an issue. Prisons would be limited to only people who commit violent crimes and because of automation utility bills would become nonexistent. The only thing money would be good for is pleasure.
We would run the country as a place of abundance not lack. People would be paid based on their contributions to the fields they love. We would reach new heights spiritually in which money becomes almost a non-issue. Everyone would be housed, clothed, and fed. The priority of humanity would be achieving a closer relationship with divinity. We would clean the earth and venture into space. We would start a new civilization on Mars and beyond. If you can imagine it, then it is possible. No limitations will be accepted because we are limitless in ability.
As a person who is known to be a strong proponent of social justice and reform, the “little guy” getting a fair deal etc. One might be surprised that I am not against automation taking jobs from my fellows; that is only if it is done in a way which could benefit us all.
I was at Wal-Mart a couple weeks ago my fiance and I were about to check out we had the same amount of stuff, while she decided to go with a human I went with the new self checkout. It was extremely easy and quick. I was waiting on her while she was still in line. With the advent of quantum computing it will not be long before most of our jobs are replaced with machines. I say that’s a great thing. Why? Because I like beaches, reading, sleeping in, and movies. If we do this right, it is a win win.
I am not saying we will not have to work, just our work will not take close to 40+ hours of our lives per week. I propose a restructuring of society into a collective which if you choose to participate you work at a job which is your passion, the job that you were born for; but only in a official capacity a few hours per week. We need time for others like you to contribute. The rest of the work, the jobs nobody wants but people only do because they need to eat will be replaced with automation. Yet this will only work if corporations get on board. Why? Because the monies generated by participants and corporations would be distributed equally so that all participants have plenty! This may seem like a fantasy but it is only a fantasy if we say it is not possible. I guarantee we can automate almost every job with little human intervention. Sound good?
See you at the beach🤗