In modern terms, economics is commonly defined as: the study of human behavior as a relationship between ends and scarce means. Simply, an analysis of human behaviors affected by the influence of scarcity.
At the heart of this blog is my disagreement with the premise that the universe is ordered around scarcity, as suggested by the commonly accepted definition of economics, and will attempt to make the case that reality is ordered around abundance. If I am right, or even partially right, the ramifications of such a paradigm shift could change the world. After all, on the scale of human mindsets, scarcity and abundance are in complete opposition.