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October 25, 2016

Project 10 to the 100th by Google

There are only TEN DAYS left for the Project 10 to the 100th by Google – and we’d love to have your help.

For the past few days, we at Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education & Research Institute, have been working on a suitable idea for Project 10 to the 100th by Google. In general, Google is looking for ideas to help make the world a better place, and we would love to see that happen.

After all, we are now in the midst of an economic crisis, which is one of the many problems that the world is witnessing today. So, we will be using Kabbalah Blog to create an opportunity for meaningful discussions about the world problems and any solutions that may be possible.

For the next ten days we will be posting our ideas for the Project 10 to the 100th, and we’d love to hear your comments on them, and any ideas of your own. Let’s start a dialog on the most important thing in the world – helping the world itself.

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  Renew Ecigs wrote @ March 28th, 2015 at 8:23 pm

Great article! We will be linking to this great content on our site.
Keep up the great writing.

  Joe Chang wrote @ November 4th, 2008 at 2:10 am

Google came to my site for 3 hours, are they going to suit me?

  Joe Chang wrote @ November 3rd, 2008 at 4:19 am


This is my idea, will you support it?

  Daniel Hai wrote @ October 28th, 2008 at 2:01 am

Great ideas!  Maybe we should just make coke an anti-diarrhetic altogether — then people wouldn’t drink it so much anyways 🙂

I submitted one that is creating a social networking site that can turn commercial projects into volunteer work, to fund small grants.  We have a problem in our volunteer system in that it cannot be applied for everything.  Another thing we’re missing in this world is a grass roots effort to fund sustainability causes or any causes really … and securing funding for it is pretty difficult since we’re waiting for the government or large organizations to fund them.  This sort of site will allow anyone to turn anything into a grant, and us to get a grant for small things like — water saving showerheads, solar panels on rooftops, etc etc.

  Alan wrote @ October 26th, 2008 at 9:22 pm

I have submitted a very simple idea of how to help the other 5 billion people unreached. Those that the digital worlds have failed to reach using current technology simply because the world is using the rich men’s tools to try to reach the poor men.

We use a poor men’s tool to reach the poor men plus the rich men too. With this we hope to close the digital divides of the poor and the rich.

By going paperless in classrooms would also help untold millions by being more green saving not only mankind but the animals, insects, rivers etc because saving trees you save all those and more.

  sharon wrote @ October 23rd, 2008 at 12:33 pm

It seems that society is now searching for new ideas,because the old way is not working.Everyone is surfing the net.A virtual place to communicate Kabbalistic concepts will be a natural magnet for searchers.Natural gravitation towards it will occur because Kabbalah provides natures answer for todays problems.The time is right.

Great ideas!

  Simon Berry wrote @ October 19th, 2008 at 4:48 pm

We now have our 30 second video of ColaLife in place – please take a look and see what you think:


  Dave C wrote @ October 17th, 2008 at 6:43 pm

I was going to say what this blog needs is an intention. What are we trying to achieve together with comments on this blog. But then I thought – how about a global intention on Google before the announcement of the winners. For the whole world to stop and think about what Google is trying to achive. The goal of bestowal.

  Lee wrote @ October 16th, 2008 at 5:27 pm

What’s good? 
The starting point of my question is….
How do we achieve no war, no hunger, no jelousy, and 
no competition in the world today? 
And how do we achieve all goodness everywhere? 
The answer, maybe, a solution for the Google 10/100 Idea
for the Kabbalah project.

  DougE wrote @ October 16th, 2008 at 6:55 am

Philanthropic marketing is a great way to create interest in an “oversold” society. Google is just another company that sees the promotional value of “saving the whales”, “feeding the hungry”, blah, blah, blah…

The premise is wrong. The questions they use to categorize the solution are all the same, and misdirected. How many choices of suv’s, food programs, abundant whatever do we really need?  They don’t have one category that leads to anything different than a million others have tried, and all that is accomplished is a more expansive desire for people to please themselves.

If they really want to help, I suggest they keep the money. They should use it fund the salaries of the team that came up with this promotion. Meanwhile, this same team, should really brainstorm on the value of Google promoting a legitimate cause. Instead of focusing the people’s energy on flawed questions in man made categories, let’s do something that will have a lasting effect. Let’s figure out why we are here in the first place. If the Google team can’t figure it out, have them talk to Kabbalist Michael Laitman.

So, my suggestion would be to take the 10million and fund a promotional effort (at cost) using Google Ad Words. The headline would read something like “Why are YOU here?” and the copy would have a link to THE ANSWER. This would definitely help every category and even, every thing proposed in the “Everything else” category. All other solutions are milt and fodder.

  Richard wrote @ October 15th, 2008 at 1:07 pm

One idea would be to limit gas profits to 10% , tax the gas 20%  then use the money to fund social programs. 

  Tammy wrote @ October 14th, 2008 at 4:37 pm

Kabbalah is the answer to all the worlds problems and the internet is one of the best ways to give the world the wisdom. 

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