Bureaucracy – The Demon Controlling Our Lives

What is bureaucracy?

Bureaucracy is the administration of a set of rules that are used to run an organization or a government. The more rules that are created, the more people are needed to administer them, and the more complex the organization becomes. The administrators who create the rules are themselves part of the bureaucracy. In the case of government, the rules created are called laws. As a result of the proliferation of all sorts of requirements and laws in today’s society, life is becoming increasingly complex. Here are just some of the ways that bureaucracy affects us in everyday life.

Bureaucracy makes it hard to get a job.

These days to qualify for certain jobs one needs degrees, certifications, licenses, good references. Your background, credit history, medical records will be investigated. Even janitorial jobs require resumes. Besides all these requirements, many large companies are looking for someone who knows “everything” in his or her field in addition to being a “self-starter with excellent communications skills.” Most human resource departments don’t realize that the world is full of people and not “gods.” The successful candidate usually turns out to be a “friend” of a company bureaucrat or someone who is highly skillful at lying.

Bureaucracy makes it harder to do your job.

You may have been hired to do one thing, but in a bureaucratic system, “corporate” finds a lot of extra things to do to provide you with the additional skills or motivation they believe you need. There are those morning meetings, where everyone must get up and cheer the praises of the company and listen to endless discussions about the “bottom line.” Then there are the dozens of daily emails from “corporate” that require your immediate attention.

Everyone is being constantly rated, teachers are rated by students, sales associates are rated by customers, products like movies, books and articles are rated by the “stars” they receive from the public. It’s quite easy to get bad ratings if you’re a teacher who doesn’t entertain the students enough, or if you’re a salesperson who’s too technical for a customer, or if you’re a writer, writing about an unpopular subject.

Performance ratings also come from your supervisors. You get bad ratings when you fail to meet assigned quotas or other company requirements. These ratings can affect your salary and even be an excuse for your dismissal.

Bureaucracy makes life more complicated.

In the sixties, it took less than a half hour to purchase a car and drive off, now it takes close to a workday needed to fill out the paperwork before you can take possession of your auto. In the sixties you were able to afford to pay cash, now most cars are bought on credit. The credit checks and added government regulations make the purchase a much more complex procedure. It is also is more complicated and costly to own a car. There are all the licensing fees, the insurance, the air quality tests. Any small driving mistake can …

How to Use Printable Fake Money to Manifest Money With The Law of Attraction

When learning how to use printable fake money to manifest money with the Law of Attraction, it is important to learn a few “tricks of the printable play money trade.” This article reveals five tips to use when beginning to learn how to manifest money with the specific “prop” of pretend printable money.

Tip 1: An unusual “rule” when deciding to use printable fake money is to decide not to tell anyone what you’re doing. Why is this so important? Because by giving away your “secret,” you’re doing two things; i.e., 1) Setting yourself up to feel silly that you’ve told someone what you’re doing and having them “laugh at you” instead of supporting you, and 2) Giving them ammunition to shoot you down and discourage your holding and playing with printable play money because they think they know more about the subject than you. This gives your subconscious ammunition to fight you when you’re holding the printable money and doing your wealth affirmations and should be avoided.

Tip 2: When creating money using printable fake money in this fashion, you want to set a small goal and stay committed to seeing it through the learning curve. To do this, create a corresponding wealth affirmation that is completely believable and say it when you look at or hold the pretend printable money. When your subconscious mind wants to fight you and say, “That’s not going to happen,” focus on your commitment to seeing this through the “learning curve” of getting accustomed to combining your wealth affirmations with the printable play money and learning how to manifest money with the Law of Attraction. It might take awhile to get everything “jellied” and going in the same direction, but staying committed to it and acknowledging that there is a learning curve will help you see it through to realizing your goal.

Tip 3: Find some printable money worksheets that not only look real, but give you exercises to do in connection with using these printable money worksheets with your money affirmations and other instructions on how to attract money using the Law of Attraction. This is important because using printable fake money all by itself can work, but works much better and faster when you have more of a “program” that goes around the use of the money printable worksheets.

Tip 4: One key in learning how to attract money with printable fake money is to do it in incremental steps and to make your “wad of cash” believable. Holding a “fat wad of cash” and doing money affirmations to “win the lottery,” still won’t work because your subconscious mind will fight the enormity of the goal. Instead, take a small amount of pretend printable money and place it in view often, so your subconscious mind will “acclimate to having money around.” Does this work? Yes, but it’s important to make sure the money is placed in strategic places and coincides with an appropriate money affirmation.

Tip 5: A critical factor in …

Cataract Surgery: Advantages and Disadvantages

Are you suffering from cataract in one or both eyes? Is the cloudiness of the eye’s natural lens is robbing you of your vision and quality of life? You no longer need to live with the vision impairment due to cataracts, thanks to cataract surgery.

Anyone thinking about undergoing Cataract surgery should first understand what is cataract.

The simplest definition for cataract is that it is a clouding of the natural lens, also called crystalline lens, in the eye that affects your daily activities and your ability to drive or read, and eventually leads to vision loss.

The only permanent way to repair a cataract is to have a cataract surgery. People with blurred or misty vision decide to have cataract surgery when the cloudiness in the eye’s natural lens gets bad enough where the vision cannot be improved with glasses or contact lens.

The surgical removal of cataract is also recommended to prevent other progressive eye disease s, such as diabetic retinopathy- a leading cause of blindness; and macular degeneration- deterioration of the center of the retina which leads to loss of central vision.

Cataract surgery, medically known as phacoemulsification, is performed with minimal sedation and typically takes around 20 minutes.

With the use of an operating microscope, the surgeon makes a very small incision about 3mm wide in the surface of the eye in or near the cornea. The clouded lens is then painlessly dissolved (phacoemulsify) using a fine needle that emits ultrasound waves. After the tiny fragmented pieces are sucked out, a folded artificial lens made from plastic or silicon is placed into the thin capsular bag. This artificial lens unfolds naturally in the eye.

Advantages

Cataract surgery is very simple and almost painless.

It is generally the safest and effective way to restore vision with no serious complications.

After having the surgery, you will be allowed to return home the same day.

One of the biggest advantages of having cataract surgery is undoubtedly the dramatic improvement in the quality of vision.

It helps you get rid of blurry vision and have a better and clearer vision.

The surgery has little or no risks. The percentage of risk associated with the surgical removal of the cataract film from the lens is less than 10{512b763ef340c1c7e529c41476c7e03bc66d8daea696e1162822661d30dde056}.

Following the surgery, your surgeon keeps you under observation for a couple of hours before marking you to be cleared for discharge.

The recovery time for a cataract surgery is very short. The tiny incision size allows the eye to recover faster.

With greater vision, you can walk, climb stairs, drive car and do household chores more actively.

Disadvantages

Like any other surgery, unexpected complications can occur during, or after, cataract surgery, albeit on rare occasions. The possible complications include:

Similar to any other major operation, the surgery may lead to blood loss

Abnormal reaction to the anaesthetic such as stickiness or itchiness of the eye is possible

Eye infection is also a possibility

Tearing of the lens capsule during surgery, causing reduced …