Moderated Property

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Owning property is in effect in both cases of the ownership, namely:

  • the cases of possessing the property by excluding others from influencing the property
  • and case of the power to exchange properties, which is the power of the owner of the property to change owners by assigning the property to (other) owners.

Property, regardless its (expected) value, is

  • moderated property, when both cases of the ownership (possessing the property and the power to exchange the owners) are to be expired in a specific time,
  • otherwise the property is at its peak.

In other words:

Property is at its peak, when owning the specific property may last for ever, with regard to the owners and regardless the specification of the property, in which case the property can never get free from being owned by any owners.

Property is moderated property, when owning the specific property is always limited in time, with regard to the property and regardless the specification of the owners.

Note that the notion of moderated property corresponds to the notion of cycles with rest as oppose to other notions of courses or freezing and also that the notion of moderated property in respect to land is somewhat similar to the notion of every seven years the land is to receive its rest (Bible: Leviticus 25:1-4), or as the Hebrew slave is to serve for only six years, with the command that in the seventh year the master shall set him free. Did you ever wonder way jesus called him self the lord of sabbat?

In regard to the value of property indicated by a legal tender such as money, property is at its peak, when the volume of money indicating the value of the property is not attached with the expired date of the money, consecutively, the value of moderated properties can be treated as legal tender, if the legal tender is attached with an expired date.

Could you imagine yourself possessing and exchanging some kinds of monies, where each of the kinds has different expired date and where at the expiration date, the mony is well distributed as it is attached with a new expired date ?

Nowadays, moderated properties are in effect, at lest as they are Intellectual Properties, all of which must pass into the public domain at a specific date.

Property exercised due to exclusiveness may be moderated property, by restricting the exclusiveness to limited number of generations, in which case any owners of lands including our ancestor regarded as "the founders" of the formation of our states, which by whatever means could succeed to conquer "their" country, would no longer be able to pass their "rights upon the land" to unlimited number of generations.

Imagine, if you please, that owning some thing also cost some thing.

Then, for deeper understanding of the practice involved in moderated properties, you may accept that your land, in which you are sitting, is able to be owned by your descendants, when such ownership is of moderated property and is maintainable, only as long as the ownership is added with additional moderated property by your descendants.

Nevertheless and in respect to land, yes in did, owning some thing does cost some thing, even when that property is a property at its peak and even when its ownership is exercised due to exclusiveness, since wars are upon possessing such lands. Would you, or would you not, conclude that the property being at its peak is a necessary part in the competitions involved with death upon such lands, as wars and/or possible war affairs are in the practice of possessing such lands?

And so, an heritage of moderated properties assigned to the descendants, can never be expected to last for ever, hence the burden of accumulating/securing huge wealth, in the competitions between cliques, is to be moderated if all properties are moderated, even when the wealth is badly distributed, as the descendants must add moderated property to their heritage for keeping the wealth to be still badly distributed.

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