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MJSCEO

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July 24, 2011

MJSCEO

About Me: 

It is interesting that the underprivileged are supposed to work hard, not complain about their station in life, always seek to serve. The overprivileged however are not expected to produce anything, serve anyone. There job is apparently to just "be". As I write this my spell checker is telling me there is no word "overpriviliged". Even the computer suggests that one can never have too much.

I do believe one can have too much, or at least more than they need. That is why cups run over, river banks spill into tributaries, and our bellies are sometimes full. The difference is what can one do about it. I guess it's easy to speak on spreading wealth when you have none. We shall see.

My Passions: 
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
My Challenges: 
Life , liberty and the pursuit of happiness
My Vision for the Future: 
To be a contributor to the human condition
My Areas of Expertise: 
I am observant, and seek balance and efficiency

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