Member since September 2011.

Maite Zamora Moreno

Day 118: Drop in Agricultural Farmland Threatens South African Food Security

The Agricultural sector in South Africa is suffering extensively. Over the past 16 years, 20 000 agricultural farms have ceased production and is set to fall from 40 000 to 15 000 over the next 15 years Why? A number of reasons are given, being: farmers are no longer being ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 80: What Have I Done? - Part 2

This blog is a continuation to: Day 76: Wanting to be Liked Day 77: Confessions of a Child Junkie Day 78: Self-Rejection Day 79: What Have I Done? When and as I see myself observing an opportunity to do unto another as had been done unto me -- from the starting point of ... —ylaww.blogspot.com

Dag 54: Zelf-Vertrouwen in het Ondersteunen van een Ander

Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om te denken/voelen/geloven dat ik niet bekwaam ben om een buddy te zijn in DIP.Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om bang te zijn dat mijn zogenaamde onbekwaamheid om een ander te ondersteu... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Dag 53: Het Onderschatten van Mijzelf in het Ondersteunen van een Ander

Iets wat ik vaak ervaren heb is dat ik mijzelf heb verrast in mijn capaciteit om een ander te ondersteunen in zijn/haar proces. Bijvoorbeeld in het zijn van een buddy in DIP heb ik vaak het idee en het gevoel gehad dat ik net bekwaam ben om iemand te assisteren of ondersteunen... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 108: Virtual Democracies

This Blog is a continuation to: Day 106: Structural Adjustment In the above-mentioned blog-post the main types of economical reforms that are demanded by the IMF and the World Bank from developing countries have been laid out. Though, the IMF/World Bank don't keep to only dem... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 167: After Death Communication – Part 16

This blog is a continuation to: Day 151: After Death Communication Research - Part 1 Day 152: After Death Communication - Part 2 Day 153: After Death Communication - Part 3 Day 154: After Death Communication - Part 4 Day 155: After Death Communication - Part 5 Day 156: After... —creationsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 51: Verbeelding Versus Realiteit

Dit is een vervolg op: Dag 50: Mentale Voorbereiding - Een Toekomstig Moment Instuderen. Het laatste dat ik schreef in mijn vorige blog-post is:"Nu, ik heb de beslissing al gemaakt om dit gesprek aan te gaan omdat ik zie dat het nodig is - maar in mijn ervaring voel ik mij te... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 50: Mentale Voorbereiding - Een Toekomstig Moment Instuderen

Een patroon waar ik vaak in participeer is het punt van 'mentale voorbereiding'. Telkens wanneer ik weet dat er een evenement/gebeurtenis op komst is waarbij ik weet dat ik iets zal moeten doen waar ik weerstand voor ervaar - dan probeer ik mij hierop voor te bereiden in mijn ... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 105: Human Liberties

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to believe that the right to be free is a right that is more important than any other right and must be protected at any and all cost. I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to entertain myself with an idea of abs... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 104: We have to Protect our Freedom!

The following paragraph is taken from the blog-post 'Day 102: Liberalism': "Within liberalism it is believed that the individual can only “realise their potential” within being ‘free’. All individuals ought to enjoy equal freedom and within this is implied that people are onl... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 48: Terugkrabbelen op het Laatste Nippertje

Wat ik vaak ervaren heb is dat wanneer ik een beslissing heb genomen om iets te doen, of mij ergens voor heb opgegeven of als ik mij voor iets ingeschreven had, iets wat ik op zich graag wou doen en al lang naar uitkeek - dat ik op het laatste nippertje, net voor het begint, e... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 101: True Care Knows no Compromise

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to take it for granted that doctors' handwriting is illegible. I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to think it's normal and acceptable that doctors' handwriting is illegible, even on medical prescriptions, thin... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 47: Meningen als Blinddoek!

Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard te denken 'dat kan niet, George Clooney zou nooit een vlieg kwaad doen'.Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard te denken dat George Clooney nooit een vlieg kan kwaad doen omdat ik heb in mijn mi... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 97: An Economic Life Support System

I commit myself to expose how we, through accepting and allowing ourselves to merely see ourselves as limited beings who are incapable of any form of change, believing that we cannot stop our selfish, and thus, self-destructive nature, even if it is actually leading us to dest... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 96: Individual Above Group?

I forgive myself for not accepting and allowing myself to realise how we are depleting the Earth's resources at a rate that is way too fast for Earth to keep up with, without there being any real reason to it, as we can,as humanity, decide to restructure our societies and econ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 95: When Less is More

Two of the major problems we are facing today as consequences of our current capitalistic system are: - The depletion of Earth's resources at a rate that is faster than what the Earth can replenish - Job-related issues - such as unemployment, stress and depression due to press... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 150: Matrix of FLESH is SELF

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed to not have Realized that if I think, feel or Experience Emotion and Accept that as ME, I am Confirming that I am Brainwashed and Have No IDEA how the Energy I Experience as My Consciousness, is in fact Created. I forg... —creationsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 93: Grey Populations and Hopes for Peace in Old Age going Dark

While I was in high school I was being warned by my teachers about the problem of aging populations. In essence, in recent decades, the amount of children being born per family in developed countries has decreased. Slowly but surely, this means that the populations grow smalle... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 92: I Have to take care of MY People

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to have created an economic system of competition between various nations -- where instead of looking at what resources are where and distributing/moving them in a way where all can have access to them -- we've divided t... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 44: Consideration as Currency and Expectations as Guide to Goodness

This blog is a continuation of: Day 30: Goodness as Positivity, Day 31: You're My HERO!!! Day 32: Consistency and Day 33: Wanting to be the Star Pupil Day 34: Make a Happy Family Day 35:Don't Act like Lady Gaga - Act like a Real Lady! Day 36: Join JESUS on The CROSS -What... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 90: The Foreign Sector

So far in our discussion of the various economic topics, we've been discussing points in relation to a particular economy, of a particular country. Today, however, economies do not stand by themselves. Countries trade with each other - where goods and services are purchased in... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 43: A Picture I used to Draw

This blog is a continuation of: Day 30: Goodness as Positivity, Day 31: You're My HERO!!! Day 32: Consistency and Day 33: Wanting to be the Star Pupil Day 34: Make a Happy Family Day 35:Don't Act like Lady Gaga - Act like a Real Lady! Day 36: Join JESUS on The CROSS -What?... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 88: Capitalism vs Socialism?

This blog-post is a continuation to: Day 82: Government Failure, Day 83: Nationalisation and Privatisation and Day 86: Who Really Pays the Taxes? I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to believe that politicians actually represent the population that elected ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 143: Free Stuff! And True Activism

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realize that the Consciousness of Competition under the Auspices of Success and Greed, caused a Culture of misplaced Freedom that is linked to the Ideals of Profit and Gain that Trapped the Human in a Mental Conta... —creationsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 87: Competition and Efficiency

This is a continuation to Day 81: The Role of Government in the Economy I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that ‘competition’ is the key to a well-functioning economy I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 85: Financing Government Expenditure

There are three ways a government can finance its expenditure (and where usually all three are being employed): taxes, borrowing and income from property. Taxes and borrowing are quite straightforward ( though we will dig deeper into the tax point later), but 'income from prop... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 41: God Collects his Debt

This blog is a continuation of: Day 30: Goodness as Positivity, Day 31: You're My HERO!!! Day 32: Consistency and Day 33: Wanting to be the Star Pupil Day 34: Make a Happy Family Day 35:Don't Act like Lady Gaga - Act like a Real Lady! Day 36: Join JESUS on The CROSS -What?! ... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 84: Fiscal Policy and the Budget

So - what tools does the government have available to intervene in the economy? These tools are: - Government spending - Taxation - Borrowing Every government specifies how they will make use of these tools in the budget. So - the budget will reflect a government's policy i... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 40: The Parable of the Talents

This blog is a continuation of: Day 30: Goodness as Positivity, Day 31: You're My HERO!!! Day 32: Consistency and Day 33: Wanting to be the Star Pupil Day 34: Make a Happy Family Day 35:Don't Act like Lady Gaga - Act like a Real Lady! Day 36: Join JESUS on The CROSS -What?! ... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 82: Government Failure

Previous blog-posts would have made it clear by now that the market is not perfect and never will be - and this is something many economists are willing to admit. However, they believe that governments are able to 'adjust' the market when necessary through acts of interventi... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com