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A Community Driven Economy.

Posted on: September 1, 2011

Need some sugar, pass by get a cup i have a little extra. Oh, i need some some gas, no problem, i can pool with my neighbor Jason. Jackie is hungry we cooked a whole pot she can have some.

This is the new trend on how to fight economic dilemmas. Quite frankly there are communities that have been surviving this way with or without the recession. This is the new way of living where people combine resources for the good of all. If for one second one really thinks that governments will eradicate all their economic situations, then one definitely has an imaginative sense of hallucination, i’ll give you that! This is not to say that the governments(everywhere) are not doing what they are entitled to do. No in the very least. The issue here is that they may not do it to the very specific need or time that you expect. Let’s face it, governments are too involved in politics to be efficient in economics but communities are and when we boil to the scheme of things, for any country’s economic situation to have an upward incline, the communities must prosper. They must be self sufficient. They must engage and it is sad that the community banks wells have run dry resulting to communities to become self sufficient and depend on creative innovation for survival.

I found healthy receipe’s on a budget in the community,i found tutors volunteering their time to teach in the community, i found a whole lot of care,”he’s my neighbor” in the community. The love is there,the care is there. All we need is to decide, that this is the new economy and move on. Noise and anger will only bar one from doing what is important just like meetings upon meetings. This behavior is collectively called politics. It has no place in economics.

Take action love your neighbor. When everything crashes or even before, he or she is the closest one you can run to and maybe the only one watching!

Lee Kariuki

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