Letter to Editor of the SMH: Responsibility makes for ‘obvious economics’

by Zofia Sharman, UK

I work in the Recruitment industry covering the banking and finance sector. Each day in London’s City A.M. newspaper is a stream of news reporting the euro zone crisis, bank rate fixing, countries defaulting on debt, corruption in businesses and big industry chiefs’ theft and greed. This heavily impacts the field of employment and hiring opportunities, so I am naturally interested in how our world economy can be in such disarray, and moreover the knock-on effect, impact and pressures this has upon a worker’s physical frame, their health, mental state, well-being and overall ability to perform in their job and develop relationships at work (and at home).

Having attended Universal Medicine courses for the past six years now, I have found in Serge Benhayon someone who is able to talk intelligently, shedding invaluable light on this ‘illness’ we have in society, at work and in our physical bodies. All I know and can feel is someone who communicates and lives with the utmost integrity and professionalism, which for me is the key in ensuring the credibility of voice that is not evident in your article.

Through listening to Serge speak via audios and courses,  it is clear that he seeks only to serve in raising the awareness and reality (truth) of what is really going on in regards to the above worldly dilemmas which impact us on a daily basis. By simply presenting that the micro (ie., personal or human level) must first be examined before then being able to respond on the macro/world scale is obvious economics, and it makes responsible sense to me to consider myself first before another.

211 thoughts on “Letter to Editor of the SMH: Responsibility makes for ‘obvious economics’

  1. If we are going to report a story on an organisation or person , first we must check the information ourselves giving opportunity for these persons or organisations to speak their truth. Not blindly accepting what someone else has said.

  2. Brilliantly said Zofia, what Serge Benhayon presents is that we all have been given a big gift with our natural senses. He asks us to consider what our life would be like if we listened to them on a regular basis. He truly offers another dimension to the label ‘common sense’. Given the debt our cities and companies are running at, I agree it’s just logical to consider we all already have what we need to make the sums of life add up.

  3. Throughout history we have had those that are willing to speak from beyond the veil we have chosen to so shroud ourselves in, by virtue of their commitment to peer under and thus raise it. Naturally one would assume that such a voice would be welcomed in the darkened existence we have become so lost in, but this is not taking into consideration the fact that such blindness is chosen and chosen with good reason. Thus, there will always be those that choose to see all that is true and real in our world and those that choose to remain blind to it.

  4. I agree Zofia, in order to address the state of any organisation, corporation, country or economic zone we need to be willing to see what is going on at an individual level – how are we relating with one another, how are we at home as well as at work, how do we care for and nurture ourselves and do we truly express who we are in our daily lives…?

  5. Journalism currently is known by most as a cherry picker and looking to sell headlines and not really truly report the news. We still buy their papers so to speak and so we haven’t collectively had enough of this and instead just talk about the impact it has. Journalism itself isn’t the home for ‘bad’ people by any stretch but there again are people who see what’s going on and don’t take the consistent action to see it change. Where does this leave us? It leaves us with a society that becomes used to cherry picking people, only hearing or seeing part of what a person is or does and making a judgement on that. We don’t often go to the source and flesh out the truth, we leave part of the story there for others to cherry pick and once you have information 3rd or 4th hand it’s well and truly just a part of what is true. The next time you read, hear or are told something, qualify it. Don’t just take things that are said to you, do an investigation of type into what is really going on. Just like journalism conveniently reports parts of things we too are we a party to that and the only way to make a change is to bring it from ourselves first, change things from inside to out.

  6. Well said, the illness of corruption increases and does not stop at any area of workplace and company. It is sad and shocking to see people exploiting especially also the systems paid by people through taxes or public insurances, as such exploiting and corrupting peole and humanity no different like a virus exploiting the health of somebody in a severe way.
    Serge Benhayon is the founder of Universal Medicine and is leading his business in an honest and truthfull way supporting thousands of people and getting severely attacked? Not those corrupting but those being honest and truthful.

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