Importance Of Abundance Essay

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Abundance: The Future is better than you think For every action there is a reaction, for every cause there is an effect. There’s always two sides of the coin, therefore in times of darkness, it can be easy to have an overwhelming desire to succumb to the darkness, but that is not the human spirit. Humans know how to survive and in order to address and overcome adversity, you have to believe that better exists or that more can be achieved. Technological innovations and inventions did not evolve from the idea that what currently exists is all that exists. People thought and believed that there was more at stake, there were more efficient ways to do things and that” abundance” was achievable. Regardless of how bleak our future is projected to …show more content…
Besides limited resources and overpopulation, water scarcity is a significant challenge with reportedly over a billion people unable to access clean and more importantly safe drinking water, and around 2.6 billion living without proper sanitation; resulting in a high incidence rate of illness, hospitalizations and mortality related to contaminated drinking water (Diamandis & Kotler, …show more content…
Access to quality health care can also prevent mortality and morbidity, prevent infectious diseases, lowers the death rate from preventable illnesses, decreases death rates and lowers birthrates through access to contraception (Diamandis & Kotler, 2012). Freedom also improves quality of life and increases survival and can lead to more innovation, and energy can improve access to technology, improve quality of life, improves access to clean water, alleviate famine and hunger, and improve our environment (Diamandis & Kotler, 2012). All of these drivers are interrelated and cohesively, they can solve many of the global issues we currently face including clean water accessibility, poverty, food production and hunger, disease burden, illiteracy, overpopulation and improve technology and energy innovation (Diamandis & Kotler, 2012). These force multipliers and drivers combined also increase short and long term living standards, provides employment opportunities, increases communication and information exchange; improving the global economy,

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