If you considered how a human lived and how a cow lived it is almost certainly the equal portrait.
A cow only happens to have four feet (well until a human is on his knees) horns and a shorter lifespan.
Humans endure. From birth, and all through their lives, they face challenges and have seasons both fruitful and uncertain. And as these seasons come and go they become better or worse at adapting. Cattle have the same life cycle albeit not so much worse at acclimatizing.
In winter a cow has limited grazing terrain and due to that struggle for food and water it grows lean and weary. But as soon as the favourable conditions return the cow will become - almost miraculously - "beefed" and perfectly conditioned.
Now contrast that with the path of a man. When the chips are down a man can seem really down and out. But as soon as opportunities and fortunes turn favourable (s)he - almost mechanically - finds a wiggle. While the factors that lead to the cows - a domesticated creature in modern times - struggles are apparent, the same cannot be said of its domesticator (man).
An array of factors can lead and have led to a man's uncertainties and adversities. Slow personal development due to lack of parity in social, political and economic playing field has led to many a men's hardships/shortfalls in modern times.
And the power of choice has become far more limited for humans than their domesticated cousins, cattle. While a herd of cattle is free to go grace where and what it wills - man is never at full liberty. Either because of the size of his purse, his level of education or fraternity/fellowship. As a result of these disparities living is rapidly becoming a survival of the fittest affair. And as the famous catchphrase on Economic Equality goes "the rich become richer and the poor become poorer". Coupled with the free fall of moral values - humankind is now confronted with what Prussian Philosopher and Economist Karl Marx portrayed as the Law of Increasing Poverty: where two major classes, a small minority of large capitalists, and a large proletarian (working class) majority are formed.
Yet - and in spite of the clear evidence that oppression exists and economic segregation is entrenched - Alfred Armand Montapert and Author of "The Supreme Philosophy of Man: The Laws of Life" still found for us (cattle or man) this bare interrogation,
Mr. Montapert knew just as many philosophers and sociologist know that regardless of the disasters of economic slavery and social conditioning man still has in him the capacity to rebel against that which is contrary to his God bestowed liberties and free will. That no matter how washed up your life may have been deemed or become after you lost that job all those years ago, or after you were divorced, lost your spouse or parents or recovered from a near-fatal event. Montapert and other's from his school of thought knew there is a natural potentiation to a thinking mind. And that - there is nothing worse to completely depress ones fortunes than surrender.
So we are poor, deprived and in need? Then what are we to do about it?
So someone is charge of the means of production and simulates willy-nilly the quality of our economic development? Then what is to help us?
If at the slaughter house the butcher missed a cow with a bullet and it is able to snap the rope and run how far is it likely to run?
Perhaps a key scenario for the disadvantaged masses to consider (in order to modify their circumstances) is that "there is more power in unity than division" (Emanuel Cleaver). If you snap the rope run for your life and never again be caught in the same snare.
Even if a unity of faith is not possible, a unity of love is, says 20th Century Theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar.
For those in a position to come together and exchange ideas the ultimate catalyst for the discharge of those plans is Money. Because
In Centennial of coins the two ideas by the Theologian von Balthasar and Businessman Kevin O'Leary come into play and they are,
1 A Unity of Love
2 Money as a Fuel for Freedom.
For what worth is our money if it doesn't lead us to freedom? What is to be of our freedom if it isn't saturated with love? Moreover where will the force to tear down Institutionalized Corruption, Marginalization and Subjugation come from without unity?
While O'Leary asserts that Money equals freedom the great American Poker Champion Doyle Brunson stretches the view by saying "A man with money is no match against a man on a mission". Which very aptly sums up the concept of mutual benefit embodied in the C.O.C System.
The Centuries old disenfranchisement of the ordinary person by bankers, miners, governments and investment firms is now being matched by a direct challenge, where the people finally can predetermine their destiny. The C.O.C system gives individuals of all colour and creed an opportunity to define their idea of financial emancipation. And do it without a central power and with an unparalleled love and purpose. For a freedom for one is a freedom to all. And all who are crew aboard the great Ship C.O.C will share in the treasures annexed overtime.
Welcome Aboard the Ship fellow Crew and treasure seekers!
Please always follow your respective Captains lead and seek to secure only coins that are not to bring strain in your domestic affairs should you not be able to find matching treasure for one reason or another. Maintain in your spirit always a vision of mutual aid, where one is dependent on the goodwill and generosity of another/others to progress duly and attain their goal. Be supportive of fellow crew's quests and let God be your witness in all efforts therein.
All mutual-aid system rules observed let us advance/proceed (as one herd) and help even those yet unconscious to become conscious of the need and demand of the time "Total Economic Deliverance"