Daniel Kelley, of Global Fund: Where Solidarity Meets Self-Sufficiency, reflects on Evangelii Gaudiam, by Pope Francis. In pursuit of not only profit, but social benefit by measurable means, what have we become? Are we "willing bondsman"? Daniel asks. Again, as with the Pope, this is bold-faced theft of intellectual property, without even attribution or a hat tip. Are we in bondage to wealth? Duh! I would hope so. Those as yet to be included will be soon, as impact investing brings disruptive innovation to tribal cultures, not unlike those on which the Pope draws in his fantasy of faith, love, and grace. Human dignity as the face of the divine in the countenance of every consumer, producer, investor, owner, manager, and executive officer - I mentioned that tentatively to my boss, she who rules us all, Mistress Candidia Cruikshanks, CEO of Wealth Bondage, Owner and Sole Proprietor of the Free Market, and she said, Sounds good, Phil, brand the fuck out that religious crap. And while you are at it, tell legal to sue Daniel Kelley, the Pope and all these other assholes for stealing my intellectual property. Tell Francis (By the way, what kind of name is that for a man? Is that made up so we all know what a sissy he is or what?) to take down Evangelii Gaudiam or I will have his balls for breakfast. Fucking A-right we are in Wealth Bondage, who the fuck do you think owns Wealth Bondage and all derivative works? I am patenting grace too, and "justice," so-called; I am going to own it all. Ideals and holiness are the next iteration of the The Social and I want it for Wealth Bondage. They want holy, they rent from me. "World peace"? Who owns that phrase. Get me legal on the phone!