- The Earth exists as a glass house
The Earth is as a glass house, and we have been throwing
stones, once we connect that each part is integrated within
the structural whole of the other, we will not continue
to participate in the wholesale destruction of the organic
whole - this is when our glass house will truly become an
we truly realize that each part is connected to, and throughout,
the integral whole we will no longer permit or participate
in damaging intra and inter-dependent systems, or to any
one part of our surroundings - creating more polluted streams,
soil, air or toxins in our own bodies.
debauchery and slow decay of our future through unmanageable
leverage of the environment will stop, or we as a species
will no longer be able to survive in a healthy or fruitful
manner. Numerous other species are dwindling, dying or becoming
extinct increasingly every single day now. Our important,
busy lives, will at the paramount juncture of natural resource
input/output overload, be stopped in their tracks and time
will quietly no longer allow us our modern creature comforts.
Without clean air, water and soil to grow adequate food
it will cease to matter.
The pursuit of vision-less singular profit has become an
unnessary carnage of war, upon even our sensibilities. The
wholesale destruction of our organic whole, can not allow
for any true or real profit. Price is not cost. The lack
of sufficient awareness of this devastating cause and effect
affects all life here profoundly, as scientifically measured
moment by moment and day by day, including our own species.
Our most essential right for survival indicates that we
must no longer throw stonesin our own glass house, and act
in a fashion where this glass house may again, become an
unbroken home. My passion is to continue to implement a
complete, effective and efficient model of sustainable business
growth through a responsible, balanced and extremely profitable
This is the basis of my Vision for Corporate Reciprocity,
or a model that today we call, Eco-dynamics-tm.
Interest - the most abundant material found on Earth is
silica - the crucial building block of glass.