14, June 2011 – BOSTON — A Natick man, an accountant who received a raise in November for a job well done with a company that he had been employed by for more than 13 years, was recently laid off after his wife of 23 years received a life-altering diagnosis. His wife was diagnosed with lung cancer and faced the possibility that they may have only a few months left together. With the tests and constant treatments that his wife was receiving he knew he would need to be at her bedside during his normal work hours. When he asked his boss for a flexible schedule – offering to work nights and week-ends – his employer of nearly 14 years – ‘Haynes Management Inc, of Wellesley Hills., MA’, terminated him. His employer is quoted saying: ‘It’s business. I’m running a company here, and I need to make sure the department runs.’
Haynes is a real estate management company in Wellesley. It’s a small office employing fewer than 50 people — so neither state nor federal employment laws apply. There is little Carl can do — other than collect unemployment. Unemployment — they cap you at $625 a week,” the former employee Carl Sorabella said. The average salary of an accountant is approximately $50,000 a year. There are many who are barely surviving on less than a dollar a day, so to them $625 would be better than they are existing on. This form of existing debilitates – instead of allowing one to become self- responsible.
What options do people really have when they have no money? When money/profit surpasses the value we place upon life. Homelessness, poverty, starvation, wars and crime are the examples of what ‘happens’. It’s become rather odd that we as humanity haven’t seen the absurdity in our actions within what we have accepted and allowed humanity to become – willing abusers towards life. Join us as we bring forth ‘Heaven to Earth’.
In an ‘Equal Money System’, all life will be valued and supported equally. Common sense and respect of life will be honored and applied. Where all will stand as one and one will stand as all as one as equal. 1+1=2