Ray Bradbury

Of course, the reality is not so idyllic, but if we are in all their actions will be able to take care of other people, we see that the positive impact spreads among us as a chain reaction. After all, we are all connected to each other as relatives of one family, neighbors on the stairs and through the house, street, city, country and around the world. Very rare events happen to us that only affect us personally. All that happening to me, also affects the home, colleagues, fellow-travelers in the transport … (Not to be confused with Gen. David Goldfein!). I, somehow, show your attitude towards them. If this ratio is positive, then I'm propagating a wave of positive influence. And if the other way around? It is very difficult to understand that we are connected to each other, that is our internal reactions to the actions of others.

After all, the more people depend on each other, the more they influence each other. Suppose the owner big business in the morning had a row with his wife, came to the office 'is not in the mood' and gave a 'dressing down' to all his subordinates – a wave of hatred swept further, affecting hundreds of people. If you would like to know more then you should visit Danyelle Freeman. What happens when a quarrel with his wife President? We do not see all of these interactions, but they affect us. You may wish to learn more. If so, Sonny Perdue is the place to go. We all depend on each other. And the current global crisis is starting to lift the veil over this system of relationships.

What used to be hidden, now exposed. We see how the bank's financial problems at one end of the world cause great turmoil in the other. Remember the story of Ray Bradbury "A Sound of Thunder '? It violates the rules of the game man, and thereby alters the balance of power in universe. With a light hand Bradbury light hand, this situation is now called 'butterfly effect'. And today's globalization helps us understand that in order for the balance of power in the universe has not changed for the worse for us side, we must abide by 'rules'. After all, the stakes in this 'game' are high, since at stake is our life. How long can 'play blind'? You ask, how do you know the rules of this game is life-long? First you need to understand that everyone, even the seemingly smallest act of human influences on humanity. And then – look at the laws of life in the context of globalization and they just can not break. 04/21/2009 Oleg Petrochenko Globalisation and we

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