Friday, October 28, 2011

Equal Money System FAQ: Do I still have to clean other people’s toilets in an EMS?

Let’s have a look at what could possibly be implied within the question with regards to the point of cleaning toilets being mentioned specifically.

In the current world, cleaning toilet is usually seen as a dirty/shitty job and people doing such a job are usually not well respected. It seems to be a custom that our society value mental work much more than physical work. We have, for instance, theoretical physicists developing theories about the universe with eleven dimensions, which is mostly mental work and such scientists have a relatively high status in society. We also have for example plumbers doing the ordinary maintenance work to help fix a leaking pipe if there is such a problem and they have a relatively low social status. Of course, ‘relatively’ is measured according to the current accepted value system of this world.

Our current value system is born from and in turn supports our economic system, which has a lack of recognition of and respect for actual physical living. If you have a look at what actually supports us to exist and function in the physical world – it is the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the house/shelter we live in, the cars/buses we use to move around and the maintenance system that keeps them functioning properly and also some other aspects. However we have taken for granted these physical aspects that allow us to exist and function in this physical reality. How often do we even consider where the food comes from, who made the clothes we wear? What provides the foundation for us to do the so perceived more valuable creative expressive mental work? Why are we so obsessed with the mental delusional alternate realities keeping the current destructive economic system continuing through our participation while destroying this one physical reality that we all exist in together? In the context of the current economic system and the corresponding promoted value system, we do not care and respect that which actually matters which is matter – the physical and the practical living in the physical. That is the problem. And that will change in the Equal Money System.

In the Equal Money System Life is value. That which supports life is valued. Each human being born into this world will receive the same amount of money that is necessary to live a dignified life. Thus survival is out of the equation of living. In terms of cleaning other people’s toilets, in the current system people do it most likely due to lack of money to survive – thus from that perspective it will no longer exist in the EMS because the person’s basic ‘survival needs’ will have been taken care of. We no longer have slaves working for us just because they need money to survive! In the EMS, they can explore and enjoy life as everyone else equally. Each one will take equal responsibility in doing the work necessary for a functioning life. Cleaning toilet regularly is part of such necessary work. It is practical that each one clean one’s own toilet. Or if people who live or work together are sharing a restroom, they can work out a schedule for example to take turns in cleaning toilets on a weekly basis so that each one takes equal responsibility. But still it is not about cleaning other people’s toilets – it is about taking equal responsibility in the necessary work and each one is actually doing it for themselves.

There are also other kind of areas that are critical to the quality of each one’s life on earth, such as agriculture/food production and distribution, the manufacturing of clothing, energy production such as energy, sewage system building and maintenance etc. To ensure these basic supports are provided to everyone, it will be done through a system of conscription – where everyone who finishes school will do 4 years of mandatory labor in any one of those areas required to support the basic support system of the world. In the current system, one can abdicate responsibility of doing such necessary work through using money to buy ‘freedom’ and let those who need money to survive to do all such work. Our current value system of disrespect for physical work is actually glorification of slavery. The four-year labor in areas of the basic support system can be a cool experience to educate ourselves about what it takes to make our life in the physical world function and it could be fun. I myself would definitely enjoy having such an experience of exploring and discovering myself and the world within which I have taken so much for granted and almost knew nothing about.

Within the EMS through reeducating ourselves with how to live practically in the physical and take equal responsibility in the necessary work for our life to function, we may have a different view on cleaning toilet and not see it as such a dirty/shitty job which is but shaped and limited by the current value system that supports slavery instead of life as equality.

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