Here we are. The year is 2030. Welcome to my home.
Sometimes you get so busy making a living that you neglect to make a life. What do we sacrifice, and what do we gain? Perhaps we didn’t even realize how close to the cliff’s edge we were.
So much has changed since then. That COVID thing obliged everyone to step forward and take charge of their lives before that privilege was taken from them. Fortunately for humanity, we experienced an awakening that opened our eyes, and our priorities reflect what really matters now.
No longer are we mind-controlled. We set ourselves free from the constant barrage of psychological brainwashing techniques. The class of power-hungry maniacs who once governed our lives is no more.
Television is no longer the center of family entertainment. We finally realized how television “programs” and commercials took away our critical thinking capability, and we became complacent. Family time is spent productively–doing and learning things together.
Owning a home and property is viewed as essential to provide safety, security, and privacy for all living creatures. In 2030 there is no question–our home and property are respected and considered fundamental to our humanity.
There is no such thing as profiteering from or exploiting debts. No interest to pay back as usury is a relic of the past.
Our differences are acknowledged and celebrated. No one is above another. We no longer allow division to create hate, bigotry, prejudice, or malice. We allow no one to park their evil preoccupations in our minds. Because we can now critically think for ourselves, we aren’t controlled and used to satisfy an agenda of profit and destruction.
Taxes are only levied on NEW non-essential items paid at the point of sale. No other tax is allowed. Fiat currency is void. Central Banks have been abolished. Gold from the reserves was released to the market, and inflation is minimal. Cryptocurrency is also an accepted form of payment and store of value. Again, not taxed if used to pay for fundamental needs.
Our seniors are no longer considered an “inconvenience” or forced to live out their days abused and neglected. Where their dignity is lost, and death is a welcome friend. Instead, they live out their lives in loving environments with their children or dear friends surrounding them. Their advice and experience are sought and appreciated. They are treated with the honor and respect they have earned in their years of love and sacrifice.
Journalism is considered honest and open, and Censorship is non-existent. Critical thinking, along with impartial, unbiased reporting, despises dishonesty. Yes, the legacy media does still exist. However, they are treated as dregs of society, and few respect anything they say as we realize they were part of the problem.
You are free to indulge in as much poison in your body as you like; the choice is yours. We have learned and understood the effects of overeating, drugs, and smoking on our bodies and treat them with much more respect. Not many choose to bother with illicit drugs or television anymore. Some youth will experiment; however, most everyone outgrows it.
Modern technology has been restricted, not allowed to introduce our children to harmful addictive products. Only ethical, open-source companies thrive in our markets today. Collecting our data and using it against us or to manipulate us is anathema to our awareness. The Big Data market is a thing of the past, and they went bankrupt. Humanity now values privacy and anonymity more.
Mental Health and all the problems that come with it are all but gone, but so is the pressure to live up to impossible social media standards and addictive habits. Physical health has also experienced a drastic change as people are more aware and take better care of their bodies. Plus, our healthcare system is now for the people, not for the money.
Humans own themselves rather than BEING owned. The government works for the people. Local tribunals settle what used to be handled by the courts. Crime is not a factor any longer as people practice “love thy neighbor” more than “love thyself.”
More work is done at home and from home than going to a 9 – 5 job. People do more of what they love than what they must. The pressure to keep up with the Jones no longer tears us away from family and friends. We may have less, but we appreciate more.
We find ourselves learning new skills or developing those we already have. Those that enjoy working online need not worry about being hacked or scammed. Many of the founding members of Compumatrix are still working to engage, enrich, and enhance lives by showing them how to enjoy their freedom. Working from home with the hours THEY set allows for more time to enjoy family and friends. This business has successfully overcome the odds and stood the test of time.
Life has changed, and for the better. Balance in all things.
Real or imagined, perhaps dreaming and conceptualizing is a good thing to pass away lock-down time? Ten years from now, life may not resemble this, but it is nice to visualize and hope.