Member since September 2011.

Maite Zamora Moreno

Can Two Halves Make One Whole? - Relationship Success Support

When we're with the person we love, we feel... whole... complete... fulfilled... What happens inside of us when we enter a relationship that causes us to suddenly feel whole? Is it so that we have a soulmate, an 'other half' that completes us? Is this why we feel we cannot liv... —youtube.com

Day 166: Corporate Social Responsibility in Equal Money Capitalism

Note: The EMC is an entirely new project that was started a few days ago. We’re at the moment in the phase where we are brainstorming by answering questions. It’s a messy process – but an effective one to get all the relevant points addressed. So – also note that points will e... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 90: Relaties en Afhankelijkheid

Deze blog-post is een vervolg op:Dag 88: Waarom Kan mijn Paard niet Eeuwig Leven?Dag 89: Iemand Verliezen aan KankerIk vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om meteen het ergste te verwachten wanneer ik hoorde/zag/opmerkte dat mijn moeder ziek was - door me... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 89: Iemand Verliezen aan Kanker

Deze blog-post is een vervolg op 'Dag 88: Waarom Kan mijn Paard niet Eeuwig Leven?' Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om te reageren met angst wanneer de dierenarts zei dat de beste optie was om Titan te laten inslapen. Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mi... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Dag 88: Waarom Kan mijn Paard niet Eeuwig Leven?

Enkele dagen terug is 1 van de paarden op de boerderij gestorven. Zij naam was Titan. Het hele gebeuren was plots and verliep heel snel. Op een dag kwam hij van het veld terug met een gezwel op zijn nek. Na wat onderzoek, veronderstelden we dat het een allergische reactie was,... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 160 - Stewardship in an Equal Money System

Stewardship Nature and Symbiosis When left to operate naturally, the plant and animal world exist in a symbiotic relationship with each other. Symbiosis is, in essence, a giving and receiving – a form of value exchange. When all parts of nature are allowed to exist in a sy... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 86: Time is Money - No Time for Patience

This blog-post is a continuation to 'Day 85: To Cut the Hair or Not to Cut the Hair - How Money Drives Decision-Making'. I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to base a desire that I have translated on a goal that I must attain within my life on a singular though... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 158: Prevention is the Best Cure - Equal Money System

Prevention is the Best Cure Decision-making within an Equal Money System will adhere to the Constitutional Principle of ‘Prevention is the Best Cure’. This implies that with every decision made, all possible ramifications, consequences and outflows must be considered in order ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 85: To Cut the Hair or Not to Cut the Hair - How Money Drives Decison-Making

I have this thing with my hair since I was very little, that I've always wanted to let it grow until it reaches my butt - lol. And so far, I haven't managed to ever let it grow that long. This desire actually originates from when I was small and I was walking with my grandmoth... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 84: Motherhood and the Poo-Factor

When and as I see myself thinking and believing that women who don't enjoy pregnancy are bad mothers - I stop, I breathe - I realise that this is an opinion that I have copied from my mother from a memory wherein she judged my French teacher as a moron/dumbass when she'd said ... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 156: Honoring the Right to Life in an Equal Money System

Honoring the Right to Life To understand the Principle of Honoring the Right to Life, first must be understood what Life is. Changing the form Life takes on does not change Life - Life remains the same. So, whether the Life is a sperm or an egg, or whether it is ‘merged’ o... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 83: When I Grow Up, I will be a Mother of 5 Children

This is a continuation toDay 81: What to Expect when You're ExpectingDay 82: Only Bad Mothers Hate Pregnancy I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to continue believing in the idea that motherhood is all about fun and fulfillment despite the fact that I have had ... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 154: The Application of Justice in an Equal Money System

Identifying the Source of Disharmony for Correctional Action Within an Equal Money System the meaning of justice stands within the context of the maintenance of harmony within society. Therefore, injustice will entail the correction of points of disharmony. Whenever an individ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 82: Only Bad Mothers Hate Being Pregnant

This Blog-post is a continuation to Day 81: What to Expect when You're Expecting I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to always romanticise what it would be like to have a child, where within considering what it would be like to have a child, I only ever pictur... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 152: Linux proves Profit Motive does not Provide the Best Result

One of the main arguments that has been put forward in terms of why we have to hold on to a profit-based economic system, is that - apparently - people are not motivated to perform to the best of their ability if there is no form of monetary reward attached to it. If that wer... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 81: What to Expect when You're Expecting

After listening to the Interview 'A Mother's Love of Guilt' - I realised that I have always romanticised what it would be like to have a child. You always picture those moments of holding a baby sleeping or playing with a child in the park and things like that - you know, the ... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 80: Taking Responsibility for my Fears

This is a continuation to Day 72: My Body, My Battlefield,Day 73: Afraid of Petrification, Day 74: Con or Be Conned - The Social Law of Human Behaviour?, Day 76: The Mind as a Parasite Virus, Day 77: When God Makes a Pact with the Devil Day 78: The Good Guys versus the Bad Guy... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 79: Taking My Parents For Granted

The Interview 'When Life Turns its Back on You' was quite eye-opening for me. I realised how much we take our parents for granted. As a child, we just think it's normal that another human being is at your disposal all the time - there to take care of you, look after you and gi... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 78: The Good Guys versus the Bad Guys

This blog is a continuation toDay 72: My Body, My Battlefield,Day 73: Afraid of Petrification, Day 74: Con or Be Conned - The Social Law of Human Behaviour?, Day 76: The Mind as a Parasite Virus, Day 77: When God Makes a Pact with the Devil Specific points of fear I identifi... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 146: The True Price of your Cheap Clothes in NeoApartheid

In Bangladesh, 100 workers were killed in a factory fire. Yes - this was one of the factories we all know about where clothes shops in the West have their clothes made by people working extremely long hours for basically no wages - I mean, can you call $43 a monthly wage? Lab... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 74: Con or Be Conned - The Social Law of Human Behaviour?

This blog is a continuation toDay 72: My Body, My Battlefield,Day 73: Afraid of Petrification Specific points of fear I identified in relation to watching an episode of 'Curiosity' on what happens on a cellular level when a virus attacks the human body: 1. A secret intruder/... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 72: My Body, My Battlefield

On the Curiosity show I saw an episode wherein they show what happens on a cellular level when a person gets a cold. I was absolutely astounded and shocked. They showed in great detail how the virus penetrates the skin, how it moves through the cel, the defensive agents of th... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 70: Creating Ultimate G.I. Jane Character to Cheat Death

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to, when and as I am watching television, to project myself into the shoes of the characters featuring on the screen, in the TV-show or in the movie and experience myself as if I were actually part of the storyline and as thou... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 136: We're Free, but We're Wussies in the Face of Authority

I'm sure you've probably heard about the psychological test that was conducted 50 years ago in relation to human morality. The test-subjects were told that they were participating in a test on educational techniques and whether individuals learn better if they receive punishme... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 69: Preparing for Armageddon

So - today I was watching some episodes of 'Curiosity' - a TV show that's a lot like 'Mythbusters' - where they go and explore a certain topic, what's true about it, what's possible, etc. For instance - some topics they took on was what would happen if there was an alien invas... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 134: Worldwide FOOD SCAM Exposed!

"Hip, Hip, Hooray! China has experienced an impressive growth in middle-class consumer spending!" That's generally seen as a 'good thing' in economics. But let's just take a moment to see what the consequences have been - or, in other words, what are the Chinese spending their... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 126: Turning a Blind Eye to Corruption

Corruption is one of the major problems in South Africa. Because the market economy is unable to meet the demands for basic needs - the government has a big role in making sure everyone is provided for. One of the means of financing these services, as we have seen in previous ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 62: De grens tussen droom en werkelijkheid

Vandaag na mijn examen nam ik een dutje en toen LJ mij probeerde wakker te maken maakte ik het hem echt moeilijk. Het examen dat ik schreef vandaag was over verandering in de politiek in Africa - waarvoor we veel gelezen en gestudeerd hebben over dictators in Afrika, zoals Mob... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 124: Desperate Borrowing Behaviour

Whereas loans used to be mainly for big expenses, such as buying a car or renovating a house - personal finance research unit head, Bernadene de Clercq explains how South Africans have resorted to borrowing from credit providers to pay for food, transport, medical bills, schoo... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 121: Europe Not Impressed with EU Nobel Peace Prize

Every year the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to the person/group that has done the most in terms of promoting peace and harmony among states. Last year it was awarded to Barak Obama, this year the award went out to................. The European Union! What used to be a presti... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

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