How might blogging affect the evolution of due diligence, open disclosure, copyrights, and giving credit where due by 2020? When thinking about the question consider this: in life, paths you explore may not always be clear or provide up-front certainty and as you go forward on potential paths it may be important to remember that quality is less a destination and more a continual journey, and that more important than any path is to bring goodness with you, and to humbly share credit as best you can. If you read anything I’ve shared on the Internet, thank you. If you read Inherent Quality Simplicity, thank you. Ideally in either case something within is of benefit to you. Ideally something gets you thinking and you somehow help innovatively share and creatively mature a mindset for goodness. A mindset I personally take no credit for. The mindset, including the related notion of having quality increasingly become inherent, belongs to no one organization or person on earth as best I can determine, and I certainly do not consider myself its leader or creator. I’m simply a messenger. Thoughts come and I share them. In some cases, like buying a new vehicle and then noticing similar vehicles more often, I’ve had a thought, written it out and then subsequently noticed others who have shared thoughts which are very similar… and when looking within many such cases, often it seems the thoughts others have shared have had a connection to similar thoughts shared prior (in some cases centuries prior) by others.
At this juncture in my own journey through life I’ve come to believe that quality has been innately an on-going movement, that it is one that will always be, and that increasingly all will be contributors to strengthening what it means. For anything I’ve shared, for any contributions I may appear to have made, I apologize in advance, and thank those before and after me (as those before may have somehow raised an energy or consciousness within the universe that somehow connected with me and made my thoughts possible for those who follow to improve upon). Any credit for anything I’ve shared, for anything that makes quality what it is today, and for anything that will make quality what it can mean in the future, therefore goes to others. This post acknowledges this and says thank you, once again, as within blogging, various forms of sharing and publishing and even within research and due diligence that may at times involve many others, it may be a major challenge to say with absolute certainty who first expressed the foundational thought.
Look beyond how blogging may affect the evolution of due diligence, open disclosure, copyrights, and giving credit where due. Look to how increased sharing and collaboration may intrinsically and pervasively evolve global quality to greater dimensions of oneness by 2020.