Life is part of us and we of her.

The sun shines for everyone. Many life forms in the world sustain themselves from other forms of life and the sun; we can sustain ourselves on them. Through its masterfull existence in the universe, Earth generates more susteinance for all of us than we all need when sharing.

We do not need to earn anything except what we have willfully given up in order to earn it back. The idea that something belongs to someone is the invention of theft and scarcity and only through an alternative to ownership will we end scarcity.

From India to the lands I walk people have tried to convince us to renounce to hardship and accept life.



Today’s Blogging university Blogging 101 assignment is to blog about the daily prompt and thus, as it has come to happen with most topics on the course I come to discover that things like the Daily Post exist.

I must admit that I am really happy that I don’t know about these things because I also see that most of them are not for my style but now the instructions for the task include “No skipping” and I will follow that instruction.

I decided to use the one I found first and assumed it would be as good as any. Reason to Believe In Reason to Believe, Bruce Springsteen sings, “At the end of every hard-earned day / people find some reason to…

In my personalization of the prompt I noticed that the link emphasizes “Reason to believe” and It stroke a chord in me: What good reason do we have to believe that days are meant to be hard earned?

Earning and struggle for life are customs of far origin that can be traced back probably to mesopotamia and the civilizatory logic that followed in that area. Today the main channels  for its diffusion are employment, banking and the exchange of food and hospitality for money.