The role of small business entrepreneurs is to emphasize reconciliation

It’s about time for reconciliation. The small business owner has been heard by the politicians and faith has prevailed in all angles and extremes.  In the old days, it was telephone banking then came the town hall meets and now there is a new age of technology using the internet as the model of communication.

From letter writing to emails then now to blogging and social networking through the years, our role now is promote “reconciliation”.  Gone are the days that we only had to express freedom on expression and write about complaints and sentiments, it is now about supporting the cause.  Just as any struggling no income, disabled individual today, all we have is the magic world of the internet and it’s vast technologies.    So it is very important to pat our officials on the back, thank our president of change for the message and our legislators for taking the steps to improve our lives.

For in the world of blogging for example, it is not merely driven by self-interest as we write and express our thoughts, our minds and with what is on our spirit.  Christian or not, the action between faith and love must prevail in helping heal the wounds that the global world needs.  And by engaging with this message, we are creating the bottom line of the hard times so we can move on now towards global prosperity.

Yes, there is a dileanation between church and the system but as small entrepreneurs we can still make that connection.  Yes, we can, we will prevail and then a miracle towards the healing of the markets will begin.  As a small nobody affected by this crisis, I call on the investing community that the battle is over.  Now is the time to heal, be together and inspire each other for the change we need.

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