“There are some people who live in a dream world, and there are some who face reality; and then there are those who turn one into the other.” – Desiderius Erasmus
Is it possible to live in a world where “survival of the fittest” is no longer the “normal” way of doing things?
What would happen if humanity decided to work together as a cohesive unit instead of behaving like we are “separate” from one another?
What if governments, corporations and even each and every one of us finally decided to see and believe in the idea of creating a planet that works for us all?
No more winners, no more losers.
Instead of competing with one another or viewing each other as a threat – we focus our attention and energy on what can we do to heal our planet and each other?
There is no doubt that we have caused severe damage to Earth and each other in the name of “getting ahead in life” or “survival of the fittest“.
It appears our technology has gotten ahead of our common sense.
What good is money and power when we are destroying our planet and our bodies with them?
No one wins “long-term” with this kind of thinking.
Think about it?
Who would create a food product that is full of chemicals, preservatives and other substances that cause harm to the human body?
People who value profit over human life – that’s who.
I have noticed a trend lately, (for the better) of popular food products labeling that they are “gluten-free”, or “does not contain high fructose corn syrup” or non “G.M.O.”
That’s a start in the right direction.
I also look at products like “Tasty Cakes” (which I used to eat in large quantities in the past) and wonder how can they make them more nutritious for the body?
So, I decided to list ways that I would create a product that would be more “health conscience” for the body.
If I were to create a food product it would contain or not contain these ingredients:
- Natural sugar (No fake sugar substitutes like aspartame). Read my post about the health concerns of refined sugar.
- GMO free. (Genetically modified food creates a genetically modified human because we are what we eat).
- Preservative free.
- Gluten-free. (Many people who are gluten intolerant do not even know it) Read my post about gluten intolerance.
- Use locally grown products. (It’s been known that it is better for the body to eat foods that were produced within the region that they live.)
I could go on and on but you get the point right?
Business needs to change its attitude from “Make as much profits as we can regardless of the consequences” to “Let’s make a profit conscientiously”.
I do see this happening at this very time with businesses working with consumers to have a mutually beneficial relationship.
The truth is there is no separation between the consumer and the business.
It is an interdependent relationship that is maintained by giving each other what they want.
That is the nature of business anyway when it is done right.
Technically speaking, the business, nor the consumer should carry more leverage then the other.
If anyone continues to do business this way they will not be in business.