Monthly Archives: December 2014

Blog – Why Not Petition The Government? 12/31/2014

December 31st, 2014

A petition is good but it’s only one step of several. Having the educators and public opinion on the side of Occupational Parenting is a much better place to start. I’m not looking for the academic community to prove my ideas today. I want them to be unable to disprove them. The question then is will Occupational Parenting do any harm. Will it collapse the economy? Will it thrust us into social decadence. Will it bring about the end of existence as we know it? Will it work? If the educators and scholars can answer these questions the politicians and public will have someone to turn to with, questions, anxieties, and indecision. I’m going to stick with the hope that HomeKeeperU will capture the attention of the academic community. I have to concentrate on continuously trying to improve it and get it out from under the pile of websites it’s buried in. All in all pubic support will win political support.

I don’t want to come off as condescending with the content in goal number 3 of the Welcome page. “To gently bring persons out of their slumber into a Universe that we can win favor in.” I do believe most of us live in a sleepy state of existence. We go through the motions of how to exist (we work and pay the bills) and why we exist (we raise the young and teach them to earn their daily bread) and we play (so important). We seldom think about the macro and micro states of the very same conditions. “How does the subatomic reality effect my bringing home the bacon”? “How does the Universe contend with these things that I do”? “Why should I do these things”. “What is my sense of satisfaction to the Universe”? These things for some are simply not on the days agenda; a slumber. The more we question and answer these types of queries the more we keep it real. The web page we exist in will be more like a hard copy sheet of paper but we’d still be able perform all the tricks and intricacies that our computers allow. It’s up to every individual the thrive on the How and the Why and our children will do the same; only better. Until next week; keep your homes well.

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Blog – So Who’s Going To Raise The Babies ? 12/24/2014

December 24th, 2014

Merry Christmas Eve everyone.

So which parent is going to stay home and raise the babies? That sometimes difficult question can subdued by 4 year terms, alternating or not, letting the mom raise the babies and do the housework for 8 years and letting the dad have 8 as well. From 16 years old to 20 years old the child should be very self sufficient if the job was done correctly. In those last 4 years a parent may still receive an income and split the term 2 years and 2 years. When the child is 20 Occupational Parenting is done. With the very best product that can be produced. In most homes watching the kids is going to come with cleaning the house and cooking the meals. It’s practical. The reason for a 20 year duration is to satisfy a longer term of employment.

In the question “who’s going to raise the babies”? some groups have a predetermined concept that only the mother can be a home keeper and leave no room for dads what so ever. One such site is Keepers at Home. These dictations are truly prehistoric and probably the way cavemen did things before reading and writing. It is not without insight though. The home keeper’s duties described there in is the calling. A man that wants to be serious about home keeping should look to the work in this site and not the gender. Another site that leaves no room for male home keepers is Keeper of His Home. I have a great amount of disdain for persons who live without their own reason. Instead they live by dictation thousands of years old. I have no problem with persons that love God. I love God. I love the Universe and it loves me right back. Surely their is a reason God gave me a mind for thought and a spirit for feeling. Things just aren’t the same as they were at the dawn of man. I don’t think God has changed but man certainly has. Every so often God tries to give mankind upgrades. Unfortunately these don’t always take, as shown by the number of martyrs (including Jesus) in the worlds religions and in some cases sciences. Having male home keepers is the Universe’s way of saying it’s time to move on to the next plateau. So what has changed about man if the Universe hasn’t changed? My ex-wife says most work of old demanded physical strength and endurance making it man’s work. With the advancement of technology and industry today there’s not nearly the same call for physical strength and a women can do with machinery what only a male could do with his bare hands in times gone by.

Still is one gender superior to the other in home keeping. Let’s take a look at The Umbrella Set E law Human Earth. Three rules apply here more so than the others.

The Rule of Human Need -One must balance and adapt the genes of all their ancestors to their personal need at any given present. If their genealogy consist of many care givers they will have an advantage when forging self; male or female.

The Rule of Socialized Genetics – This one is up for grabs. It’s adapt and overcome. It’s all about the  ability to fortify new information and emotional responses. Occupational Parenting will put us in open water and demand that we swim. The one who can stay afloat while integrating the greatest number of strokes wins. Actually there are no losers with Occupational Parenting except those who get fired and even then they’ll just have something they can succeed at and still get the “W”.

The Rule of Anatomical Gender -This is where the female may have the upper hand. Her genealogy will expound child raring while his genealogy will have to revamp the male exposures to integrate child raring. I did learn in college that in need-to situations some males can better their female counterparts but over all I’m going to give this one to the women.

In my personal experience I’ve actually had persons say,”Why don’t you get a real job”; not a lot of folks but enough to be super irritating. I’ve served in war (counts as home keeping), I walk the dog, I do our automotive repair and servicing, I cut and split our wood, do the yard work, construction and renovation projects, stay on top of my daughter’s homework and chores since she started school, sung to her (daily), read to her (nightly) clean the house, do the laundry, I make sure our meals are cooked with love in every mouthful, and I have never used Summer’s Eve even by accident so I’m quite sure that I’m a man and it is a real job. Still with more information and discipline I know I could have done a much better job.

Excerpt and link from Growing Number of Dads Stay home with the Kids

The public is largely supportive of the idea of mothers staying at home with their children, but they place less value on having a stay-at-home father. In a 2013 Pew Research Center survey, fully 51% of respondents said children are better off if their mother is home and doesn’t hold a job. By comparison, only 8% said children are better off if their father is home and doesn’t work. On the other hand, 34% of adults said children are just as well off if their mother works, while 76% said the same about children with working fathers. End of excerpt.

I think there’s a whisper in the spirit of man that says, “it’s still women’s work” and there’s a whisper in the spirit of women that says, “it’s been our only value since the dawn of man”. Man’s world has changed. It’s time for the spirit of mankind to do the same.

I’d like to end this week’s blog on a lighter note.

20 Things You Should NEVER Ask a Mom Before Her Morning Coffee

12 Things Not To Say To A Stay At Home Dad

Until next week; keep your homes well

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Blog – What About Bad Parents? 12/17/2014

December 17th, 2014

Bad parents would get fired. There would still be foster homes, adoption and for older more independent children there would be group homes. Every institution we have today would still exist. They would just function differently.  They would have to function better. If a teacher or social worker (every family would have one) believes that a child is being raised in a harmful setting they would have to prove it to the courts with witnesses and accounts of wrong doing. Exactly what wrong doing is would stay in constant reassessment and be specific to each home and family. What’s the genetic map telling us and how do the immediate surrounding effect that map? Every social worker, daycare worker, and parent would have to stay current on the best and most updated training and the best that technology and social sciences can provide.

If someone were an amazingly good parent they may be asked to be promoted to a foster parent or social worker. There would be no cutting of the corners when raising children. Children would go to school in a social setting for four hours a day (if proven beneficial) and be home schooled for three or four hours a day. Parents would spend a lot more time at home; securing it’s health and well being. It’s difficult for some to imagine what a country with an economically based focus on the home would look like. I can imagine it and it works beautifully.

Questions about whether someone else should be able to outlaw my trans fat, salt, and 20 oz soda because they don’t think I’m not emotionally stable enough or intelligent enough to make the decision for myself would all come to resolution. I think the answer is to work on the emotional stability and intellectual insight. I don’t need or want the Government to be my parents. With all that needs attention today politicians gridlock on important issues and legislate child enforcement on adults just to be doing anything at all. It’s time to let children be children and adults be adults. In most cases there is no better person to raise your children than you. Until next week; keep your homes well.

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Blog – More About The Redistribution Of Wealth, 12/10/2014

December 10th, 2014

There are many theories about why we pay the outrages prices for our consumer goods that we do. Here’s some thoughts from an economics student in the form of an article “Everything You Thought You Knew About The 1970s Inflation And the U.S. Economy is Wrong“.

While the corporate world and unions did spend a lot of time, energy, and resources chasing each other’s tails causing the winds of inflation to fan, it was nothing that hadn’t been done previously. So why The Great Inflation of the 1970s?

I have other thoughts on why many homes can barely afford to live an industrial existence.

Some my say a redistribution of wealth to the working class isn’t fair to the wealthy. After all they earned that money. Well they really took it from the working class without regard to social consequence.

In the 1950s a home could have one income, a house, a car, and Christmas. In the 1960s and 1970s women flooded the job market and a home could afford to pay more for their amenities. The corporate world knew persons could pay more so they charged more and along came The Great Inflation. Finally we’re in a place where most homes can’t make it without two incomes. So the riches that the wealthy enjoy today came from the working class at a grave societal price; the absence of a parent at home. The redistribution of wealth is warranted. Occupational Parenting will make it work.


An excerpt from Wikipedia- full page

Gender inequality by social class

Mechanic working on a motorcycle, United States.

In the last 50 years we have experienced great changes toward gender equality in America. With the feminist movement of the 1960s, women began to enter the workforce in great numbers. Women had also had high labor market participation during World War II as so many male soldiers were away, women had to take up jobs to support their family and keep their local economy on track. Many of these women dropped right back out of the labor force when the men returned home from war to raise children born in the generation of the baby boomers. In the late 1960s when women began entering the labor force in record numbers, they were entering in addition to all of the men, as opposed to substituting for men during the war. This dynamic shift from the one-earner household to the two-earner household dramatically changed the socioeconomic class system of this country. End of excerpt.

There’s another reason the redistribution of wealth is warranted. If Occupational Parenting is a reality there will be millions of job opening due to the influx of workers to the home. Machines can fill the holes that these workers leave. An automotive company doesn’t have to pay a machine and by today’s standard of technology I think a company can go fully automated. So what they’ll lose in parenting taxes they can make up for in unpaid wages It’s definitely something to think about. Until next week; keep your homes well.

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