In this age of ever changing, where the information revolution and technological development has allowed us to be “here, now and everywhere”; in a world where there are no more insurmountable distances and in which the speed of data exchange takes place almost in real time and allows us to know everything and everyone to be both receivers and transmitters of information and ultimately participants and protagonists of this great planetary progress. So, we loose the control of the reality, and no longer find time to reflect and feel disoriented and in need of friendship and affection, not only virtually.
Very soon, bombarded with advertising stimuli, we are filled with useless goods, to be fashionable, or at least, not to be “out of the world.”
The race to consumerism was such that everyone has at least 3 cellular phones today and a couple of televisions, even though he uses only one.
The excess of purchases would go on forever, if at some point we had not realized that this is no longer possible, because since 2008, each of us began to deal with the economic crisis.
In fact, it is not a real economic crisis, like the one in 1929 that had starved millions of households, but rather of a recession that requires us to limit the unnecessary and begin to deal with the sacrifices, or the privations of things hitherto taken for granted, such as the possibility, although with some limitations, to always be able to enjoy the holidays, go at least once a week to the restaurant or buy a phone and a car of the latest generation.
The economic crisis is particularly acute, because it sums up to the moral and existential crisis of values, resulting into the sinking of the policy and the traditional family, while in the meantime no credible alternatives were born.
This book will help to give hope to those who have run into this crisis, suggesting remedies, sometimes theoretical, sometimes very detailed and concrete, but mostly trying to indicate a new method of approach, which takes into account not only the profit as a means to reach satisfaction and happiness.
The text suggests a “revolution” of the thought, which is nothing but walking an entire lap, which leads us to the starting point, but in a manner not previously experienced.
The framework adopted for the exposure of this paper starts with an analysis of the crisis of values that beset the individual and the family, to flow into remedies to quit the national and global economic recession, only to return to the individual, but hopefully, with a greater awareness.
The leitmotif of the work is the abandonment of the old paradigms, to try to stimulate readers to follow new lifestyles, as well as the suggestion of unusual remedies, which will allow us not only and not so much to overcome the global economic crisis, but to see the world with different eyes and Spirit. If we were able to contribute in achieving these goals, we will be happy, otherwise, we hope that this brief discussion will be a stimulus at least for oneself.

Pubblicato da Massimo Colangelo (Michelangelo Magnus - Movimento R.A.O. Reality Art Open)

Avv. Massimo Colangelo


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