I believe our lack of leadership is mainly due to a world based on expediently. Of solving the current problem with little to no foresight or vision. The business mentality of maximizing profits for this quarter now appears to permeate our thinking.

 I once read that the higher you rise in decision making is dependent on the further in the future you see. To see in order to make decisions now that may take that long to come to fruition. Which plays out this way as they explained it. 

The person who stocks groceries plans for that day the store front manager a week until the CEO of a top 100 company or country leader of say a top 20 economy needing to be able to plan and make decisions that take 100 years or more to come to fruition. 

Like planting a tree we don’t always live to see the benefits. That is what type of leaders we are either lacking or we are not allowing to express themselves. So I am not sure if that still holds. Or if it does it is on a much shorter time frame. 

As it feels we and they are being compressed into a quicker and shorter time frame every day. That there is pressure to put off decisions that require years, decades or centuries to come to fruition. As our leaders no longer have confidence and/or are judged such that they will be either flawed or incorrect.

Thus, they are not making these decisions or looking into problems that require many decades, a century or more to show results so addressing these problems are seen as a waste of time. Only the now counts. 

This may or may not be true and hopefully I am wrong. If these decisions are occurring in particular about our health and food I don’t see it. All I see is perpetuation of myths about food shortages, our health and an focus on the next business quarter. 

My fear is if there is and it continues to be a lack of foresight and planning will only result in a bleak future. Lots of this is due to miss information. That we cannot make enough food, or the world will be overpopulated. All this fear mongering. Creating medications that mimic vitamin D3’s effects.


*The information posted above is for educational purposes only. Always check with your doctor before initiating any changes in your medical treatment. If you do not, then The Two-Minute Health Fact, Dr. Judson Somerville, nor The Optimal Dose is responsible!


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