UNDER THE INFLUENCE What We Don't Know Does Hurt Us ... The Connecting the Dots


What We Don’t Know Does Hurt Us

The Connecting the Dots … with The Respect Principle Manifesto


ISBN 978-0-9948695-4-8


Kaitlin Ann Trepanier


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What We Don’t Know Does Hurt Us

The “Connecting the Dots … with The Respect Principle” Manifesto

Repeatedly people say knowledge is power, but unfortunately often those with the most knowledge and power, the minority, prefer the majority to only have some knowledge … the knowledge needed to accept the limitations limited knowledge imposes on the majority.


But this is only because the minority, with their vast knowledge and power, has not yet connected all the dots themselves … surprisingly that empowering all people is in fact the best course of action for all people, including the minority.


This manifesto has been written to demonstrate why, how, and the reasoning for the much-needed change because the vast challenges facing humanity are the consequences made by both groups of people … the minority and the majority.




The once-held belief that the best ones to lead are the descendants of those who have lead with power and authority repeatedly has been proven to be untrue by studying the lineage of monarchies, dynasties of the blue bloods and wealthy, plus the new generations of the wealthy.


Yes, there may be the semblance of some change made in order to adapt to the times, particularly when the majority push back, but overall what the minority choose to do is to keep repeating the past in order for them to continue in their positions of power, even at great cost to their own families, as well as, to the majority.


Historically, how many children of monarchs who came into power either did not want the role and responsibility or whose personality type proved they were not best suited to follow in their parents’ footsteps? How many children of financial dynasties do more than live the legacy of abundant living passed on to them and how many of them do we read about whose lives end in tragedy because they have no sense of unique purpose for their lives beyond their inherited wealth? As for the new generation of wealthy, how many of those children will suffer the same identity loss created by the legacy to have others mimic one’s life as a memorial?


Countless stories have revealed the ire invoked by children not desiring to step up into a role and life they did ask for or even desire. Manipulation through disinheritance threats often result in the manifestation of resentment of the manipulated, who, with no ability to say no without dire consequences, will, unless they resolve their resentment in a healthy way, will take their resentment out on those around them … those they are responsible for in their leadership roles … families, employees, communities, and even nations.


Forcing people, even the privileged, to take on a legacy they did not ask for, even if they want it, is a form of manipulation, one that demonstrates lower rather than higher Respect Level philosophy. No matter how one tries to justify such a course of action, the reality, as science has proven, is that each person is a unique combination of inherent talents and abilities, plus personality type that is not measurable or observable until a child is born. The concept of genetically creating what one wants still rings of ignorance because even those with the highest IQs (Intelligence Quotient) don’t necessarily have the comparable EQs (Emotional Quotients), and brains, which when without compassion inhibited by residual resentment will remain a threat to humanity’s existence.


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UNDER THE INFLUENCE What We Don't Know Does Hurt Us ... The Connecting the Dots

The Connecting the Dots ... with The Respect Principle manifesto, Under The Influence ... What We Don't Know Does Hurt us, introduces the logic, practicality, and compassion of embracing the concept and global initiative driving the social business venture ... a for-profit business dedicated to meeting the social need of raising Respect Levels for the benefit of all people. Not just meeting the social, but also the economic need requires a fresh perspective on how we approach the unique challenges of the global population. The manifesto is also the primer to those responsible for helping the many people broken by a global culture based on the Disrespect Philosophy to encourage them to introduce the concept in the version written specifically for the global literacy level or grade eight, Connecting the Dots ... with The Respect Principle, in schools, prisons, halfway houses, shelters, community living or any group home, on native reserves, in developing and/or strife-filled communities or nations ... anywhere a simple encouraging message combined with easily-accessible higher level knowledge is needed to make the best personal choices. Additional books, products, and services are currently on www.therespectprinciple.com while a website is in development.

  • ISBN: 9780994869548
  • Author: Kaitlin Ann Trepanier
  • Published: 2016-04-15 01:20:06
  • Words: 4537
UNDER THE INFLUENCE What We Don't Know Does Hurt Us ... The Connecting the Dots UNDER THE INFLUENCE What We Don't Know Does Hurt Us ... The Connecting the Dots