Socialism-the theory/system of social organization
Cafés are centers for social interaction, to talk, read, write, and entertain-it helps to inspire others!
The Institution Theory
Societies are the result of human interaction, what has come to be called institutions theory in economics or in short, institutionalism; it is not independent of sociology of religion, it is a factor in its own right.
Motivation (instrinsic/extrinsic)--we are a complex cluster of motivations centering in on one person. The value systems approach uncovers the forces that motivate behavior which shape individual ideologies and influence cultures. The focus of value systems is how and why these belief systems emerge in individuals and cultures. Investing in people creates value, the well-being of others benefits the individual and society as a whole.
The management of wealth is a practice in its broadest sense that describes the combining of personal investment management, financial advisory, and planning disciplines directly for the benefit of high net-worth clients; however, it depends on how you define true wealth. The lower and middle class can be considered wealthy in their own right, on a different scale, not based on money; a purpose driven life can be connotated as a level of wealth. Wealth Management is the science of solving/enhancing one's own financial situation; it is meeting the demands of one's needs and wants in a more effective manner; is the glass half empty or half full?, it's all about perspective.
The Modern Muse
The range of behaviors exhibited by humans are influenced by culture, attitudes, rapport, persuasion, coercion, and genetics. Social behavior, a more advanced action directed at other people, is evaluated relative to social norms usually regulated by self control.
Fear is a natural motivator. We fear loss and become blind to what is in front of us to avoid those old familiar feelings of pain antecedent to the now. We end up becoming the very person we try to avoid. We live in a world that we have no idea how to live in, seen through the eyes of dysfunction and selfishness. This is the very conflict we face daily. In evaluating our composts, which is our everyday experiences:
According to Ann Landers, " love is the quiet understanding, mutual confidence with sharing and forgiving. It is loyal through the good and bad times. It settles for less than perfection and makes allowances for human weaknesses. It is the day in and day out chronicles of irritations, problems, compromises, disappointments, victories large and small with some common goals." To practice being personally present (in the moment) is to live in the present and not regret the past, nor dread the future, for nothing is wasted, not even painful experiences, they make for the richest soil of life.