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Practical Applications That Benefit Us Daily

Published on 9/3/2015
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There are practical applications that benefit us daily.  These are things we would rather not have to do without.  Here is just a short list:

    • Indoor plumbing

    • Electrical power supply

    • Cellular telephone service

    • Motorized vehicles

    • Grocery stores

    • Internet 

Yes, that list could go on and on, yet it serves to demonstrate that there are complex systems that have been established that benefit us greatly ... even if we do not fully understand them.  The diagram to the left of how plumbing works makes me thankful every time I simply turn a handle for access to water in my home.


The same can be said for not having to know how an internal combustion engine works in order to get in our cars and drive ourselves around our communities.  When one ponders the vast amount of time and effort that has gone into making our transportation systems work it is just on the verge of mind-boggling.  The engineering and manufacturing of safe and reliable vehicles is a very complicated enterprise.  Add to it everything that has been done to construct the roadways on which we drive.  Then overlay the supply of fuel to the gas stations.  

Much the same level of effort and complexity has gone into the creation of our electrical energy supply grid.  This is also the case for the total amount of time, energy and effort that goes into our food supply so that we can simply select the items we want and put them in the cart.  

I attempted to convey a sense of this in a recent article titled "When Shortcuts Are Valuable" (click HERE if you would like to review it), and one of the comments received stated that "... I was taught never to take a short cut when it came to the health and safety of my family; yet you have shown a light through the tunnel..."; this comment was thoughtfully sharing that we can benefit from the changes that are happening all around us, if we are willing to change with the times.  While it would not be wise to take a short cut when it comes to the health and safety of our families, the fact is that these systems provide us with enhanced health and safety than previous generations could have even imagined.  By the way, they are only deemed "shortcuts" because we can benefit from there use without the time, knowledge or effort require to generate them.

Having spent the last six years (much time and treasure invested) in trying to figure out how to earn income online, I am happy to announce that you do NOT need to understand how it works in order to actually benefit from it!  There are now practical applications that allow us to simply connect into "done for us" systems.

Click HERE to see how a franchise-style system can benefit you.


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