About

About me

My mind thinks ideas and possibilities, and realized the potential to revitalize rural areas. To serve as a transparent doer and education for middle folks. I have met new people and had amazing experiences that define a worldview and future. Because of the way many Americans are is why its designed the way it is. Gets worse before it gets better. I joined the occupy movement by accident, and found out that they were right, capitalism the paradigm of the past was not working for a vast majority of people. Furthermore, people are very dissatisfied with wage slavery as the highest calling of life.

I got a degree in how I thought the world worked when I took Economics and International Relations, and Environmental Policy and Analysis. I just happened to have picked out a way thatś pretty close to how it does work. Our system right now is very corrupted, and capitalism will be remembered as a system that only worked for a, few people.

Now I am working on this full time, on a path to become my own organic farmer, looking for solutions, and sharing them via two blogs and a twitter account. http://twitter.com/eddiemill

I guess I have been hacking a long time as I basically repurposed my education to what I wanted to learn about, how I thought the world worked. Economics, International Relations, and a minor in environmental policy. What I have uncovered pursuing world systems design in practice I never expected, but it doesn’t have anything to do with Illuminati or anything like that, just true intentions.
-Personality type: ENFP (Myer’s Briggs),

Enjoy my blog, “A Global Organic Mindset”: http://eddiemill.wordpress.com
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Twitter: EddieMill

“You never change things by fighting existing reality. To change something, create a new model that makes the old model obsolete.” Buckminster Fuller

3 Responses to “About”

  1. Edward D. Miller, MD November 13, 2008 at 3:53 pm #

    This blog (and the many links) is fascinating, insightful and inspiring! Hopefully it will be studied by many other ‘comrades’ in our most important mission . . . to facilitate the healthy evolution of humanity and our biome. You are, already, changing our world!

  2. weedgeenie May 10, 2014 at 7:30 am #

    hey..fine sight.. downright inspiring

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