Ask yourself, “What?” and “Why not?” questions.

We hope for a bright future, but see a mess.

What if we could make a difference, and why not?

We see hunger and poverty.

What if we could find a way to feed everyone, and why not?

We see financial chaos.

What is we could build better financial systems and streams of income, and why not?

The point is that we will never rise above the limitations of our thinking.

Our education system hands us a platter of “Well that’s the way it has always been, and that is the way it is, and that is the way it will always be. Now be compliant!”

So, let’s stop and think.

What if we looked at things in a new way and taught our children to ask, “What if we looked for a better way? And, why not?”

“Why not acknowledge that when we are trillions of dollars in debt, something is not working?”

“Why not believe in the endless potential that we all have, to do things in infinitely varied and better ways?”

We can teach our children to lift their thinking to soar like eagles, or we can keep teaching them to tread the mud of the trenches. And, how is that working for us as individuals, families, communities, and nations?

Solomon said, “Above all, get wisdom!”

With wisdom, he established wealth, riches, peace and prosperity for his nation and those around him.

He did not stop with the status quo of, “Well, that is the way it is!”

He allowed his mind and his thinking to soar high above his cultural norm, and ask the kind of questions that our systems have forgotten to teach. These are the “Why?,” “Why not?,” and “What if?” questions that can lead us to the answers and solutions we so desperately need.

Let’s work together to build a better future for all.

This starts with our own question, “Why not?”

"Above all get wisdom. And with all your strength, gain understanding." - Solomon Proverbs 4:7.

Americans for America.


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