Life, Love, Living…Loss !

povertyWe all enter the world from birth and exit by death. The middle of the story makes the sandwich, and decides what we do with our time on the planet. As we live the life in front of us we hide the facts to ourselves, that we are here now and then gone, the social trap is the cost of living a certain lifestyle and the desire of that goal. The planet has and gives all we need but the monitory structure decides the pie, and we are all born of the same pie but which slice.DOTS happy family cartoonWe are who we can and live the slice we are, the road ahead will be travelled while on it if you consume rum or tequila I ask you to consider supporting the Shotts brand which I hope to launch spring / summer 2013, and if you don’t drink any alcohol but offer it as gifts then do so with the Shotts brand. I do not believe in asking someone who like all of us works hard to earn what they do in order to provide for their family to give part of that income into a managed pool of distribution, I don’t believe it solves the problem it may only less the suffering for a period of time.

BARRELS IN THE DISTILLERYEducation leads to a better understanding of the world around you and with it the ability to move in a direction of solving your problems, if we start on a project on education to shelter and community building with the opportunity of developing an industry and expand into others, this I believe can lead to a solution. The use of Shotts Rum and Shotts Tequila to fund the projects, offers the marketplace a choice of a quality product to assist improving the quality of life for others. (give the facebook page a “Like”)

Published by peter dopson

Raised by my mother.She taught me to plan with patience and experience to achieve the best results.Dropped out of high school,and returned to finish after a year of working my way across Canada.Took a course in College on social issues to build a better society.Discovered I was wasting my time because I know we are an adaptive creature.What I know is from low end jobs, great relationships and my Library card,which offered shelter and knowledge.

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