Better Ways Than Government Pushing Law
Bell Noor a member of our Facebook GlobalNet21 Group wrote this comment on an entry about whether Government can or should change behaviour. She has allowed us to add it to this Blog.
When I investigate the small frame i.e. Healthcare system and how they used methods the same way to change the behaviour of the healthcare work force as well as patients, I can see the complex behaviour related issues and deleted humanity matters rise as a rose again…the system has no observable, actable risk vision in place. When they create a tick box acts, do this, don’t do that…they forget not all is accessing the same level of information, receiving the same way, or has the ability to filter from the given note the relevant in-put.
Too many variables have an affect both positive and negative, which leads to separation.
More to the point, it reduces person and personal in-put to decision in act. I can do this, and can’t do that leads to ‘thinking not but, act’ style of people.
Law or government did not tell me not to hit my child with a coffee maker, did not tell me not to live my child in the hot car and go shopping while he/she sleeps. ‘Did not told me…’ becomes a problem since, initiative, humanity, thinking is reduced and people become lead by act.
Having said that, I totally agreed with so much ignorance, nativity, religious nonsense and its control still in peoples heads…many need leading, conditioning I think, there are better ways than government pushing law, rules up on. Education, humanity, belonging, thinking must be put back in place for batter acts and the responsibility, accountability, transparency must be stored.
What is the point the government telling me what is right or wrong when members of the government regularly done so much wrong?! They should trust me; I’m far more responsible, I take accountability and present real transparency.