By NA NA, Luigino Bruni
We needs to speedy how one can stay good on the earth because it is at the present time, together with the world of labor. we have to research a brand new vocabulary of economics and markets that's stronger to appreciate the current international and that's more likely to supply us the instruments to behave, and maybe increase it to boot.
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Business decision-makers should implement a few of their regulations; religious orders’ rules contain management teachings that are people-centered and universal. For example, the members of a religious order periodically meet with their superior in private. This practice promotes healthy relationships within the community. Regrettably, employees of numerous enterprises reach retirement without having ever talked privately with their bosses. In those few enterprises and cooperatives where such private meetings take place, they are few and irregular.
Today we tend to look at these ancient laws from a purely moralistic perspective. ” There are in fact consumer goods that are not bought for their typical uses, but to compare and compete with others, or to position oneself in social hierarchies. Yesterday clothes, homes, and carriages were the goods used among rival social competitors. Today these positional goods have dramatically increased in number, and they are not just cars and luxury boats, but also smartphones and many other goods that we consume to compete and compare ourselves with others.
The beneficial modern conquest of spaces and moments of private life, making them immune from the powerful and from employers, has turned into a “culture of immunity” with no more embraces or close contact, which is slowly killing everyone and everything. A wave of loneliness is flooding our cities and our lives. We are growing accustomed to suffering alone, dying alone, and growing up alone in closed rooms, with no friendly people but many demons who rob us of our children. Talking about these major civil issues is a first decisive step toward awareness and not surpassing other critical points on the horizon.
A Lexicon of Social Well-Being by NA NA, Luigino Bruni