Member since September 2011.

Maite Zamora Moreno

Day 80: Monetary Policy - Part 3

I commit myself to educate people in what money currently exists as and showing that money itself is a scam and that those who benefit from the scam are obviously not the 'common man', but the few elitist groups such as bankers who are able to suck all the money towards the... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 79: Monetary Policy - Part 2

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to think that it is normal that banks are able to lend out money they don't have and, on top of that, charge an interest fee - which means that, when the bank wants to collect money owed to it - it will receive funds from vari... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 78: Monetary Policy - Part 1

Now that we know what is involved with the supply for money and the demand for money - let's have a look at one of the policies used to influence the money supply in a certain economy. Note that there are several policies, but we limit the discussion here to the accommodation... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 38: Be Good, Little Human

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 37: The Secret to a Successful Life!

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 36: Join JESUS on The CROSS -What?! WHY?!?

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! - continuing to purify the wor... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 73: The Money Supply - Part 3

I forgive myself for not accepting and allowing myself to realise that the value of money is dependent upon the amount of money available in circulation and thus, that money is currently not a stable point that one can use as a foundation to build one's life upon - as the ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 72: The Money Supply - Part 2

There are two other factors that can influence the money supply: international transactions and government transactions. 2. International Transactions Note that we are here looking at how the money supply within the economy of a particular country can change.The influence of ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 71: The Money Supply - Part 1

What is 'Money Supply'? The money supply refers to the liquid assets that are held by individuals - it includes coins, notes and demand deposits (cheque accounts). What notes and coins are is clear - but what are demand deposits? If you have a cheque account in which money ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 35: Don't Act like Lady Gaga - Act like a Real Lady!

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 - continuing to purify the word 'Good'. In my mind, I associate the word 'Good' with: Bei... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 64: Inflation - Part 1

What is this thing called inflation? Inflation simply refers to the continuous increase of prices in an economy. So - two points are important to note: if prices go up and then remain stable for a while, we don't refer to it as inflation, as inflation only applies to a contin... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 65: Inflation - Part 2

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to have created an economic system that consists only out of trade-offs - where in order to have economic growth, people have to sacrifice purchasing power and - in real terms, nothing much changes to the situation, where peop... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 28: God Lives in My Heart

"In his book Sacred Economics, Charles Eisenstein point out that our notion of spirit “is that of something separate and nonworldly, that yet can miraculously intervene in material affairs, and that even animates and directs them in some mysterious way.”“It is hugely ironic an... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 26: The Matrix is All Around Us - NO ESCAPE

I forgive myself for not accepting and allowing myself to realise that the economy is all around us.I forgive myself for not accepting and allowing myself to realise that there is no way of escaping the global capitalistic economic system.I forgive myself for not accepting and... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 13: Waar is Mijn Passie??

Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om te verlangen naar vrijheid van verlangen. Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf niet heb toegestaan en aanvaard om in te zien dat als ik verlang naar vrijheid van verlangen, ik in verlangen zelf participeer en dus he... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Dag 12: Verliefd zijn, Verliefd zijn, Het Doet een Beetje Raar!

Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om het gevoel van verliefd zijn te beoordelen als het beste gevoel in de wereld. Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om mijzelf verliefd te willen voelen gewoon omdat het goed voelde, zonder... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 20: The Insanity of Economics - Food Aid Does Not Help the Poor

I forgive myself for not accepting and allowing myself to see and realise the insanity of how the economy works if a country wherein half the population is starving, exports 65% of its food produce to richer nations.I forgive myself for not accepting and allowing myself to rea... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 18: Who's Got the Most to Lose - The Rich or The Poor?

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to believe that it is righteous that the owner of a company gets to make profit from running a business because he deserves it.I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to believe that the owner of a company deserves ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 16: Live When you Die!

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to believe that I require to earn my living.I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to believe that I need to earn the right to live from a system that supposedly provides human beings with the necessities to surviv... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 10: Veilig en Geborgen

Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om de mind te zien als een veilige plek. Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om te geloven dat ik alleen ben wanneer ik alleen ben met mijn gedachten, gevoelens en emoties. Ik vergeef mijze... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 14: Did God Fail First-Year Economics?

I forgive myself for not accepting and allowing myself to ask myself the question of how the current economic system is compatible with a belief in a God.I forgive myself for not accepting and allowing myself to realise that if God created the world and has a divine plan - the... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 9: Depressie - Op Zoek naar Drama

Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om een oplossing te zoeken voor mijn ervaring van depressie in opwinding. Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om te geloven dat de levens die ik zie in TV-series het ‘normale’ type levens is... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Dag 8: Omgaan met Depressie

Deze Blog-post is een vervolg op: 'Dag 7: Ben je Tevreden met je Leven? De Dimensies van Depressie'. Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb toegestaan en aanvaard om mijzelf wijs te maken dat ik gelukkig ben en tevreden ben met mijn leven, terwijl dit eigenlijk niet het gev... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 10: The Goodness of Man is a FairyTale we Tell our Children so they can Sleep at Night

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to believe in the goodness of man. I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to believe that there is just this little spark of goodness left in man. I forgive myself for not accepting and allowing myself to realise... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 8: Consuming Children as Commodities

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to blame economic theorists for treating children like consumption goods or commodities within their theoretic models, while empirical studies actually show that this truly is how parents make their decision in terms of having... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 6: Economic Textbooks are the Blueprints for the Perfect Murder

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to be so preoccupied with acting like an intellectual that I have completely forgotten what economics practically means and implies. I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to occupy myself with formulating nic... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 4: The Logic of Political Corruption in Africa

For context, see the article by Diana Cammack – “The Logic of African Neopatrimonialism: What Role for Donors?” http://www.uio.no/studier/emner/sv/statsvitenskap/STV4347B/v10/Cammack%202007.pdf I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to blame African governments ... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 2: From ENCAGEment to ENGAGEment - The Origin of Laziness

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to submit to the idea that people will only be willing to work if they are rewarded for it. I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to subject myself to a limited view of the human being, where a human being ca... —economistjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Dag 5–Perfect Geheugen

Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb aanvaard en toegestaan om te geloven dat ik enkel kan leren en studeren via de mind. Ik vergeef mijzelf dat ik mijzelf heb aanvaard en toegestaan te geloven dat leren en studeren te maken heeft met het ‘vasthouden’ van en aan kennis. Ik ... —maitedip.blogspot.com

Day 3 - We’re Clueless!!!

Yesterday I made mayonnaise for the first time. I’ve eaten mayonnaise my whole life. I used to be very peculiar about what foods I liked and which I didn’t and Gabriel, my brother, showed me how, if you just cut up everything in your plate, add mayonnaise and then mash it all ... —maitedip.blogspot.com