Payments and digital identity are essential tools in a connected world. Philip is a evangelist, strategic thinker and mentor. Philip Focuses on assisting executives manage an enterprises, navigate the intricacies of innovation and address today's challenges. We are all learning faster than ever before and in this connected world surrounding us. Voice, video and audio data streams constantly at us – enhanced by the disruptive capabilities of innovation.
Monday Morning May 13th 2019
A day begins. Life anew. The tensions of what next are real.
The life of Philip can be seen in four dimensions
Spiritual – A space confused by dogma, the needs of the many and the understanding of science. We seek answers to what we do not understand. We find salvation in believing life is eternal and our sins and mistakes can be forgiven if not also forgotten. This spiritual plain also hopes for peace and tranquility. Yet there is a tribal bias of you am right and I are wrong. It is this schism; this unbending difference in view, perception and belief drives us to compete, to wage,war and creates the tensions surrounding all of us.
The great spiritual teachers all spoke of the respect and love we should demonstrate to and for each other. If only we could come together and not always attempt to find the differences.
Worldview – A landscape peppered with the vastness of patriotism, nationalism, globalization and the desire to best the other. Fraught with the struggles emerging from tribal instincts, built upon greed and the desire to have what others possess. To often man seeks to demonstrate superiority and the need to lord over others.
Here in America we have our own issues, The need is to remove the noise from our lives while still feeling part of something. We need to consider all people as equal and no longer fear some, disrespect others and worship the unworthy.
Economic forces sit deep within any worldview. The need to eat, have a place to sleep and most unfortunate the desire to have more and more.
Family and Life – That can I say a struggle.
Career – Those of us who grew up as baby boomers were expected to work all hours given. To what end where went the time will family and life.