各位格友,大家好!

Fred 看到一個商業周刊的報導

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http://www.businessweekly.com.tw/webarticle2.php?id=15427

 如果你是跟Fred有一段時間,或自己有在用功注意這些新聞的應該

跟fred有一樣結論...

現在的大人們之所以那麼不快樂、生活困苦,爸爸媽媽辛苦的上班,

小孩只能丟安親班。家變成了旅館,回家各自用電腦,看電視...

沒有交集,人心不見了! 這全是因為"金融"。

我們人類的社會就是因為金融業(我們現在的貨幣系統)當道,錢本身

沒有罪,但是一旦我們的錢變成了債務...我們用的錢不再是以前的

錢了!

 

以前的【錢】從造字可以看出是很貴重的黃金,會有人去爭取的

(會打架或戰爭...)。

而現在的錢是從"債"衍生而來的,嚴格說來,這樣的錢我們再怎麼努

力都是虛幻的。我們辛辛苦苦賺來的錢又流回到金融體系內,一開始

不是很明顯,那時不管是利息乘數效應或是金額數字也沒有那麼龐大,

而且債務面也沒有那麼龐大(各國的國債跟私人債也沒有那麼龐大)。

當債務開始龐大時,錢也開始膨脹,金融業也開始膨脹了!!

 

以前只要認真工作或有個小店面就能養家活口,還可以悠閒快樂生活,

不用拼命向"錢"看。當錢的價值是從債務來的時候,只要會玩金錢遊戲

的人就可以在其中賺到錢。而老實賺錢把錢存在銀行裡的老百姓,眼看

著10年、20年....不斷的貶值。人們開始發現就算我認真工作還是會貶

值,大家開始思考的不再是可不可以給客人最好的服務,而是向錢看開

始被逼著想...「我應該去找兼差」、「我的股票漲多還是跌停?」、

「我應該要去投資?!」投資? 在1971年以前投資=投機、賭博啦!,那時

每個人只要把本分做好。這種轉變短短40年,這種變化像吹氣球一樣,

總有一天會爆的!

 

為什麼Fred會說到這些呢? 最近看了很有意思的一部電影【三個傻瓜】

沒看過的極力推薦你去看。

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Fred 最感動的是男主角對人的態度,發至內心真的關心身邊的人;

不是把人當作一根螺絲或起子。

不像有些企業徵才,結果進去就是加班、爆肝、過勞死! 領到的是微

薄的薪水,發不了餓不死...

為什麼不能回到以前那種我想做老師、我想做鞋匠、我想種花...

那種臉上總是掛著笑容的生活呢?

 

下面分享一篇說的非常貼切! 看到身邊的外國朋友過的真的非常的

好,而相對的台灣真的是【窮到只剩下錢】!

 


 

活得窮,死得富?   (文:郝廣才)   

我有一個荷蘭朋友,有一回到南太平洋渡假,偶然發現一個小島,

島上景色絕佳,但無人開發。

他在島上流連愈久,愈不捨得離開。

一股莫名的衝動從心頭升起,他想把小島買下來,變成自己的世外

桃源。 經過一番東奔西跑、東敲西問,這個小島沒有島主,當地

政府也無權把島賣給他。

……政府可以租給他,價錢由他開,只要他不獨立建國,愛租多

久就租多久,而且可以一次簽長約。

好,拿下小島沒問題,問題是他一個人在島上怎麼生活?

當「魯賓遜」可沒法享受人生,搞不好還會死於非命!

有想法還得有辦法,於是他決定打造一個渡假天堂島。

建了5間獨立的精緻小屋,1間自己住、4間租給遊客。

遊客來到島上,基本的服務與五星級旅館一樣,更可以在藍天綠蔭

下做SPA,可以在沙灘上就著夕陽紅霞吃晚餐! 菜色都是白天現抓

的龍蝦海鮮……真的彷彿在天堂。

但是享受天堂的價錢呢?

他知道懂得這樣享受人生的客人,不可能像迪士尼的遊客那麼多。

而且來到島上,交通的費用、時間都不少。

所以他把4個小屋的外觀、內裝都設計得完全不同,屋外的景觀也

完全不同,還有獨立的院落、沙灘、游泳池、裸體日光浴,不怕有

任何打擾。 所以4間屋「不分租」,142,000美元,等於你可

以包下整個島。

 

小島天堂開張,生意奇佳。

出得起錢的名流貴人趨之若鶩,這種狗仔無處藏身的地方,

才能讓人真正的放鬆。

我的朋友不只建立了自己的世外桃源,他靠這小島賺的錢,

比他原來的工作還多呢!

有一次,一群台灣朋友經由介紹,要到小島渡假。

因為有朋友關係,他們向荷蘭島主商量,看能不能有點交情折扣?



就是想殺價。

荷蘭人聽了,露出蒙娜麗莎的微笑,說了一句中式的英文:

You Chineselive poor, died rich 

有沒有一語驚醒夢中人的感覺?

你看我們有多少人就是這樣活得窮,死得富」。

發財有道,生活無門。處處小氣將就, 

唯一捨得花的錢,就是醫療保健費

想盡千方百計讓自己活得更久,可是活的時候又不好好享受人生

我說的享受不是大魚大肉、花天酒地,而是去經歷、

體驗世界無限美好,

如同電影《一路玩到掛》;否則每天活得一模一樣

 無聊地像白開水雖然無害 但實在無趣活多久也無差

結果生命結束,反而死得風光講究, 

死一趟花的錢,反而是他活一生都花不到的金額。

更麻煩的是身後留下龐大財產,不但沒有造福子孫,反而財產愈大,

留下的火藥庫愈大,是不是遺產變遺禍?

所以,活著的時候要捨得花錢對自己好、對愛人好、對孩子好、

對親人朋友好、對需要幫助的人好……

別忘了對荷蘭島主好,他是上帝派來為你打造人間天堂,不要

斤斤計較,跟他殺價。

要活得富、活得樂!



 

要活的精彩不要死的隆重

有人會買了豪華的生前契約高級的靈骨塔風光明媚的風水寶地

 為著是等死

我在銀髮族的旅遊活動中,常常提醒老人家,要把握人生的最後時

讓自己多一些快樂,增加一些過去沒有的生活,減少不必要的

煩惱快樂就能長壽,身體就會健康,不是嗎

 

我們的生活可以怎麼改善呢? 可不可以讓小朋友在教室內不再只有

考試、寫作業、補習,讓他們對生命、生活有更多的好奇與熱忱;

父母可以多了解小朋友在學校學了什麼東西?

有什麼有趣的? 甚至連對晚餐要吃什麼都充滿期待呢?

別把自己壓榨成行屍走肉的機械式生活!

看完電影跟文章後Fred感觸及深,跟各位自勉。

雖然無法立即改變環境,但我們可以從自己做起。

開始關心身邊你最愛的人,不論是親密的另一半、小孩還是朋友!

不要只是追求數字、職位,試著去追求交心、交朋友、學過生活。

 

Fred 覺得人生最重要的事情就是"體驗"人生,

而不是你到底賺了多少錢!

用心去生活,用心去愛"人"


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  • 訪客
  • 看完時代精神,就會覺醒到活在體制下的我們,是如何低等愚昧及樂於被奴役
    進而忘卻身為人的尊嚴

    重溫了獨立革命的歷史,那些先賢面對了比我們更艱鉅的環境
    但還是勇敢爭取身為人類的應有的自由
    那,真是一段光輝的歲月....
  • Fred也是到最近
    才深深體會當年革命先烈的偉大。

    如果格友認為革命先烈們只是「很偉大」,
    而不清楚他們真正的「壯舉」是什麼,
    那麼表示你還不清楚他們偉大之處。

    我們現在就是需要這種人才是。

    FrederickWang 於 2011/03/25 20:51 回覆

  • 群倫
  • 我看完三個傻子這印度電影後也覺得心有感動
    尤其我跟Fred有小女孩 當然即將應接下ㄧ個小男孩
    身為人父後對生活有了巨大的改變
    所幸 我認識Fred的早 , 有機會選擇自己的生活
    有時間陪小孩長大 有權力享受自己的人生
    共勉
    群倫
  • 鬼之力財經破解室
  • 真的~~~這星期參加兩個朋友的告別式
    一個是長輩一個是同輩
    彷彿人在身邊 卻又在天邊
    整個覺得應該惜福 珍惜當下
    為自己和周邊的家人朋友多關心些什麼
    和樂才是活下去的真義吧
  • 訪客
  • 緬甸大地震2011-03-25 【中廣新聞】
    緬甸星期四晚間發生大地震,美國和中國地震測站分別測得六點八和七點二的規模。
    除了緬甸當地已經超過六十人罹難之外,鄰近的大陸雲南、廣西等地,也都受到程度不同的破壞,中國民政部網站就說,截至星期五下午兩點為止,緬甸大地震已經造成雲南省6041人受災,4771間民房有不同程度損壞。
    報告說,除了雲南之外,大陸廣西的南寧、百色等地,也有明顯的搖晃感。雲南省民政廳的報告指出,緬甸地震的震央,距離中國最近的地方,大約只有80公里。
  • 訪客
  • (NaturalNews) 2011/03/25 : Radioactive fallout from Fukushima approaching same levels as Chernobyl.
  • 線上買
  • 現在還有那邊可以線上買國內的黃金?? 臺銀沒空去… 國外的又很貴!!
  • 訪客
  • Lessons from Fukushima 2011/03/26

    Md. Asadullah Khan

    Death never comes by appointment and death by earthquake must be one of the worst ways to die. Much to the bewilderment and utter helplessness of the Japanese nation, the devastating earthquake followed by tsunami in the northeast coast of Japan on March 11 left more than 24,000 dead or missing till now and almost 2,57,000 households in

    ruins -- rendering 3,60,000 people homeless.

    Worst was the disaster that struck the Fukushima nuclear power plants, damaging reactor no 3 very badly out of six reactors now in operation. The ripples have gone beyond the frontiers of Japan. Food contaminated by radiation was detected in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

    In the backdrop of the Fukushima meltdown, the initiative to revive the Rooppur nuclear power project raises some very intriguing questions in the public mind now. It hardly needs to be emphasised that the country is running short of power, and power generation by nuclear reactor in a country lacking fossil fuels is definitely a viable proposition. But whether power generation by nuclear reactor is a bane or boon has to be studied most dispassionately in the light of the nuclear catastrophes that have struck some places with horrifying consequences.

    It is worth noting that in France more than 76% of electric power is nuclear generated, and till now no nuclear catastrophe has been reported from there. But it is true that people are having second thoughts in opting for nuclear reactor for power generation. Only 40 nuclear plants have been opened since 1995, raising the number to 440 till this date. Two major accidents -- in Three Mile Island in the US in 1979 and Chernobyl in the former Soviet Union in 1986 -- have put the industry under a cloud.

    In the popular imagination, reactors are so many ticking nuclear time bombs. Even if they do not explode, they go on piling up waste that will ultimately cause a depopulated globe to glow on in the dark. As result, an energy source hailed as a fuel for the future is now in

    disrepute.

    Before our government reaches any decision to set up nuclear reactors for power generation, it has to take in account the hazards the nuclear industry has confronted because of design failure or carelessness of the personnel. It is worth recalling that Tokaimura, the centre of Japan's nuclear industry, suffered several accidents since 1995.

    After the oil crisis of the 1970s, Japan invested heavily in atomic energy. Its 52 nuclear power plants supply one-third of its electricity. Immediately after the Tokaimura accident in 1999, its 3,10,000 residents living within 10 km of the nuclear plant were asked to evacuate or stay indoors. Unfortunately, we do not have any such option because of the non-availability of enough land space in the country.

    Because of strategic reasons, especially in case, the facilities of the atomic industry are staggered and spread. While I was working in Bhaba Atomic Research Centre in Trombay in the early '80s, I visited different research centres and reactors. While visiting Hyderabad, I saw that uranium ore collected from the Jaduguda mines in Bihar was sent after processing to the Nuclear Fuel Complex (NFC) at Hyderabad for preparation of pellets or rod. These rods were then transported to the reactors in other states in India.

    What happened in Tokaimura on that fateful day in October 1999, according to investigations made public later, was that workers in the subsidiary of Sumitomo Metal Mining, which was in charge of operating the plant, mixed too much uranium with the nitric acid. They used stainless steel buckets to pour the liquefied uranium solution into a large tank, bypassing regulatory restrictions. The result was a potent radioactive cocktail.

    Last week's nuclear tragedy at Fukushima may rate as Japan's worst nuclear disaster and probably compares with Chernobyl or even Three Mile Island as all the catastrophes occurred in radioactivity-rich nuclear reactors. In the case of Fukushima meltdown, it is now known that it was storing more uranium than it was originally designed to hold, and had repeatedly missed mandatory checks over the past decade.

    But some good might come out of these disasters. The horror of Chernobyl or the latest Fukushima explosion might be taken as a wake-up call. Nuclear energy generation in a densely populated country like Bangladesh is an alarming prospect. In the event of a meltdown, we have hardly any space to evacuate people to. Even a vast country like the USSR found it extremely difficult to evacuate its people after Chernobyl disaster because the heavy nuclear fallout covered a very broad area. Hospital sources contend that there has been a dramatic rise in cases of thyroid cancer and anemia in and around the Chernobyl area.

    Mankind cannot renounce nuclear power with fossil fuel depleting and consumption pattern gradually rising but, at the same time, our option for nuclear power must be geared with technical means that can guarantee its absolute safety and rule out the possibility of another Chernobyl or Fukushima-like meltdown resulting from human error or in the event of a natural disaster.

    The best way to avoid such disasters, as the celebrated nuclear physicist Sakharov indicated in his memoirs, is international legislation requiring that all new nuclear reactors be sited deep enough underground so that even a worst case accident would not discharge radioactive substances into the atmosphere.

    Sakharov points out that reactors, if built above ground, "should be protected by reliable containment structures." The first priority should be to safeguard atomic plants that supply power and heat to large cities, reactors with graphite moderators like the one at Chernobyl, and fast neutron breeder reactors.

    According to Sakharov, Chernobyl was an example of a tragic interaction of equipment failure and human error. Nevertheless, the aversion people might feel for military applications must not spill over to the use of peaceful use of nuclear energy. Mankind cannot do without nuclear power in the present situation of unpredictable fuel supply and precipitous rise of fuel price, as well as environmental degradation causing climatic disruption. And that calls for devising ways to find the solutions that will rule out another Chernobyl or Fukushima-like meltdown.



    The writer is former teacher of Physics and Controller of Examination, BUET.

    e-mail :aukhandk@gmail.com
  • silver-knights
  • 是的,已經失控了~~但是美帝現在還不想在日本這裡大作文章,目前只是引而不發,有興趣玩ycs的朋友可以參考看看~~~哈哈
  • 訪客
  • 日本金蟬脫殼 = 美國外債變內債。
    然後配合中東的節奏,在某個最佳時間點定向定量刺破日本國債泡沫,現在在台面上的代理人剛好背黑鍋。
    面子賣給之後上台的戰後在位幾十年的老老代理人。
    日本因人口老化嚴重,加上核子污染使日本本地東半部農漁業崩盤(半衰期千萬年),幾十年內都無法再挑戰老大。
  • 這樣哪有金蟬脫殼
  • 要承受如此大的損失,僅僅是外債變內債
    關東地區一律失守,損失慘重

    這筆生意怎樣都不划算~~
  • 訪客
  • 山姆第一時間就問說要不要專機專人送專用的冷卻用液態鈉來冷卻原子爐,是日本首相自己拒絕的。山姆本來只想點到為止,讓桃太郎停止作原子彈就好了。第七艦隊、空軍、海軍陸戰隊還有幾萬人駐紮在日本,不是鬧著玩的。

    北極熊第一時間也派出救災專家去,桃太郎硬是不給簽證。

    沒想到福島電廠設計太天才,竟然沒有「柴油發電機」,也沒有消防用「淡水」蓄水池。
    結果是:地震沒震垮,海嘯也沒沖毀,卻被電池打敗。電池耗盡後,冷卻系統就停擺,才造成冒煙爆炸。

    一般的民間大醫院和電梯大樓都有柴油發電機,大工廠也有淡水蓄水池。誰想到日本人設計的作原子彈的核能電廠竟然兩者皆無。蠻天才的。


    聽說日本經團連原本計劃十年內登陸月球;依照原子爐的設計水準,登月還要等一等。
    幾十年前日本walkman曾經風靡全球,現在iPad, iPhone卻看不到日本同類產品。日本老了。
  • 日本幹嘛抱著核子不放
  • 不惜犧牲國內民眾的生命,不願灑膨酸,只一直淋海水
    寧願派出死士進入核電廠
    寧願讓國民再次重溫輻射的夢靨

    也要成就核蛋的夢想

    日本的帝國主義從未死亡過~~
  • 訪客
  • 六個鄰居有四個有蘑菇,四個當中還有兩個還曾經被日本侵略過幾十年,這次就不怕日本來打。

    伊拉克就是因為沒有蘑菇才被打,所以北朝鮮和巴基斯坦勒緊褲帶也要種蘑菇。

    巴西和委內瑞拉如果沒有蘑菇,持早也會像伊拉克。
  • 看來條件談好了... ...
  • UN Security Council outdated, needs new members: Brazil

    AFP | Jun 21, 2010, 11.51pm IST

    VIENNA: The UN Security Council is outdated and needs to bring in new blood, Brazil's foreign minister Celso Amorim said here on Monday, complaining that non-permanent members were not being taken seriously.

    "The Security Council no longer reflects the political reality" but rather a reality "that was true 65 years ago," Amorim told journalists during a visit to Vienna where he met with his Austrian counterpart Michael Spindelegger.

    Instead, the Council should look to the G20 group of industrialised and emerging economies, he said, and bring in countries like Brazil, India and South Africa as permanent members alongside the five current veto-wielding powers - the United States, Britain, Russia, China and France.

    Amorim also criticised the Council for failing to take seriously a joint Brazil-Turkey bid last month to curb Iran's nuclear programme.

    Brasilia and Ankara, both non-permanent members of the Council, brokered a nuclear swap deal with Iran in an attempt to avoid new sanctions against Tehran. But the deal was dismissed by the United States and other UN powers.

    "That casts doubt over (our) credibility. Yet, Turkey and Brazil are unblemished emerging countries who approached Tehran with good intentions," Amorim insisted.

    The Brazilian also complained of "zero transparency at the technical level," noting that non-permanent Council members only learned of the new draft on sanctions against Iran via media reports.

    Brazil and Austria are among the ten non-permanent members of the Council who rotate every two years.
  • t0 15
  • 原來如此~~
  • 訪客
  • 放射性物質的半衰期比人的壽命還長千萬倍。吃喝進去或呼吸進去就出不來。
    以後有生之年都不敢踏上日本國土半步,連過境都不敢。
  • 訪客
  • 日本地震才半個月,x高層已經快速訪問巴西、阿根庭、印度、沙烏地阿拉伯、俄羅斯,效率很高。
    x已關閉駐某些地方的使館。
    德國首相的雙引擎直升機空中熄火,性能真好。
    先進國家就是有效率。