We all need to Rehab our thinking
One place that Culturally issue that can be addressed fairly quickly
The need to eliminate the Cycle of Welfare, by requiring all those able to work go directly into a program similar to, and modeled after the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers, which I know a lot about, as I spent two years in the Detroit, Mi center for my alcohol addiction,and nearly 5 years completely free of any desire of alcohol.
My idea of this Program "2 Chance"
1. The Government is already funding the folks on welfare,now it's to do it a bit differently.
a. Since a majority are women with children this has to be approached with more care then men's facility
Women with children Facility
a. Must live on site with children, no contact with father , (this general policy,subject to judgement of father,as a individual (drugs etc.) or if father enters a Men's Facility
to be continued 2/27/2018 10pm
Even though the "Individual" is, Let us say "single cell" of a Kinship group,then Band group etc.The Individual is Formed by that Kinship group and Band group in the beginning. Here I believe is where the individual must remain
The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers
Adult Rehabilitation Center
The Salvation Army Minneapolis Adult Rehabilitation Center is a long-term, residential rehabilitation program, providing services in the areas of alcohol and drug addiction recovery on a pay-as-you-can basis. Up to 130 men can be served at any given time, with graduation after six to 12 months.
The center is open to men throughout Minnesota and beyond and is one of 120 Salvation Army Rehabilitation Centers in the U.S. It has been operating in the Twin Cities for nearly 100 years.
Conditions of Admission
Admission is voluntary, and individuals must meet the following conditions:
- Male and 21-years of age or older
- Willing to admit the need for rehabilitation to overcome his problems
- In good physical health and willing to participate in the entire program, including work therapy
- Willing to commit to a six month (26 week) period of rehabilitation
- Free of intoxicating drugs, including alcohol, upon admission and expressing a desire to rebuild a lifestyle free of chemical dependency
- Willing to submit to random drug tests
Read the full conditions of admission. For intake, please call ahead and speak to someone in person at 612-547-5690, or send an email to . An interview is necessary prior to admittance.
the state of being a synonym is called synonymy. The word comes from Ancient Greek syn ("with") and onoma ("name").
"I think we often study,or view History as a "Fact, like oh,that is good to know,oh now I have another Fact in my "memory",,that will be use full, say if I wish to have something to simply tell some one as a "Fact",,like a teacher in school teachs us to remember this "Fact","it will be on the test Friday".Yet fails to teach ,how can we use that "Fact" applied to now!..We must always remember our "own individual History" not just as a Fact,but also,,as a stepping stone to "Now",,and only to be used in a Constructive guide, it is a fact of then,our own culture of sorts at a time,now it is like a Ancient ruin→"belonging to the very distant past and no longer in existence",,yet is our History to learn and Evolve(transend from)."-me
There are pessimists who hold that such a state of affairs is necessarily inherent in human nature; it is those who propound such views that are the enemies of true religion, for they imply thereby that religious teachings are utopian ideals and unsuited to afford guidance in human affairs. The study of the social patterns in certain so-called primitive cultures, however, seems to have made it sufficiently evident that such a defeatist view is wholly unwarranted. Whoever is concerned with this problem, a crucial one in the study of religion as such, is advised to read the description of the Pueblo Indians in Ruth Benedict’s book, Patterns of Culture. Under the hardest living conditions, this tribe has apparently accomplished the difficult task of delivering its people from the scourge of competitive spirit and of fostering in it a temperate, cooperative conduct of life, free of external pressure and without any curtailment of happiness.-Albert Einstein