Jeremy like any teenager was caught up in his life of activities and friends but he was also aware of his behaviors and cognizant of the consequences. They were also aware of the circumstances associated with their many choices. Although some of his friends were not, he was willing to cooperate with his parents because he understood through experience and was finding out that good behavior was better than bad and that good choices paid dividends. Of course he made mistakes and chose poorly but the consequences at this age were still minor and the loss of value was immediately reported and some times disappointedly recognized. Some of his acquaintances were struggling with what they perceived to be controls and prohibitions to their lives and as a consequence they wanted to be bitter and frustrated but the god complex intervention protocol was equal to the task. Guardian angles, mentors, and friends were alerted as well as their parents aware of the dissatisfaction and inadequate understanding their children had. Not every parent is up to the task. Often enough to be a concern not every child is up to the task as well.
Sarah was a talented Doctor. She seemed to have more than the average person’s talents for most things. She was busy at her practice and well liked in her community. More than once she had been invited to attend to the needs of other communities and was gaining respect and reputation in the region. So why had she volunteered for janitor duty and was every bit as meticulous at cleaning the toilet room on her work plan as she would have been operating on one of her patients? She was trying to be diligent but still finish her work quickly because she was anxious to make her appointment with Jeremy’s friend Jane. Jane was sharp but lacked direction. She was quick but lacked focus. She was capable but couldn’t see the future. Here parents were loving but seemed unable to communicate their hopes to her. So Sarah was alerted to Jane’s situation and after some informal interactions decide to offer her help as a mentor. Janes’s guardian angle max was specifically tuned into Jane’s situation. He received status reports and was electronically connected to Jane’s physiological state of being. He knew when she was having an emotional crisis and was prepared to call or visit her at a moments notice. At the end of Sarah’s and Max’s day they both were able to see and immediate accounting of their actions they could as they perused their record see how it matched up to their personal plans of action. Max was realizing that perhaps his plan was a bit more ambitious that he was actually willing to accomplish while Sarah was pleasantly surprised that her day had gone so well.
This is Alma’s 15th year on the work crew assigned to the installation of utilities and services for a new subdivision of residences. He didn’t mind the sweat dripping off of the end of his nose on most occasions because he knew that what he was doing was valued by the community and it afforded him a lifestyle that he, his wife and children, for the most part, were happy with. He didn’t live in the fanciest home, in fact, Nancy his wife and he had consciously chosen to not request a larger home or even put their names on the list to live in what could be considered the most elite neighborhood because it adjoined the local lake. The got enough satisfaction from their small home and well maintained yard and it afforded them time to travel to see new places and visit family and friends.
The inequity of resources both natural and human has been and will be the greatest challenge to mankind. Since the beginning of man people have fought over and about natural resources and the human spirit. There will be nothing to change that reality accept the attitude of man. Once man’s attitude about his role in the scheme of things becomes commonplace then it will be possible to achieve greater prosperity for all. Which in and of itself is a problem because of the inequity of outcome.
The situation is that life is unfair and inequitable but that only maters when the individuals value is calculated by physical attributes. For centuries man has tried to overcome that by adopting socialistic beliefs, imposing socialistic laws, and enacting socialistic behaviors. Because it is a natural tendency the organic program and technology facilitates that tendency.
At first there will be shared relationships, then clubs or organizations, societies and cultures, then it will start to take physical form such communes, settlements, and enclaves. Gradually as certain ideas take hold and operations become self-sufficient there will be and aggregation of resources both human and capital. This is where the danger lies but at the same time where the strength is. The difference is that the god complex infuses rationality, reason, responsibility, accountability, character, and morals on each development. Empowering the desirable and disabling the destructive.
Hitler immediately comes to mind. In his time technology was incapable of over coming the natural man and the foolish. There was no technology to scan and report his physiological state of being. There was no methodology, technology, or effective means of providing an alternative or minimizing his impact.
In the god complex people consciously and readily integrate the technology into their lives and places of living because they subscribe to the objective of a wholesome society based on truth, honesty, and personal integrity. They subscribe to the ideal of individual accountability and personal worth based on their intrinsic value and accepted worth of their abilities and work.
Obviously not everyone wants to dig ditches or clean toilets but when faced with the consequences of not doing that then everyone, in the right circumstance and the with the right attitude contributes his or her share. Again the problem is perception. Once again that is where the god complex come into play. Everyone’s physiological state and quantitate value is easily distinguished. So that there is a personal incentive to be a contributing member of society. Secondly, the natural incentive of peer pressure is enhance when it is practically impossible to lie, cheat, or steal. Thirdly, the products of the society can be valued appropriately and the ability to have access to them is determined by the availability of the product and whether your value entitles you to it.