Chances are, this man is homeless.
At no time in history have we had a way the power to both find and fulfill the #needs of our local communities without suffering drastic benevolent breakdown.
Quantifying the problem:
Through a combination of abstract mathematics, some fundamentals of psychology and a passion for the Christian worldview, I believe I’ve discovered something called a #need coefficient. It’s through this quantification of someone’s need that allows us to optimize both the reporting and fulfillment of our communal goal of finding and fulfilling the needs in our communities.
The Infinite Game of Poverty
How do you “win” at being the best benevolent organization? Do you feed the most people or clothe and shelter the most homeless? I don’t believe it’s possible to “win” at being benevolent because Jesus Himself said that “poverty will always exist”. He defined the nature of the game: “It will always exist: i.e. one of the first infinite games.”
Attempting a solution
For this solution to work, I need you to believe in the impossible. In order to make this idea a reality, I need you to believe that reality is just imagination matured; can you do that?
The Digital Missionary Reporting System (or #DMRS for short) allows for a more direct interaction between those who can and want to #help with those who need assistance with one or more elements of poverty.
Based on Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, I’ve discovered a mathematical construct that reflects a commonality across the near infinite amount of #need requests around us, allowing for an exponential decrease in the breakdown between burden and blessing.
Within the three major tribes
within the Ecosystem of Poverty