Do More Good Deeds!

Words are our Best Weapon Against the Lies of History (Truth in the Root of the Word).

…A Cold Christmas Night

Christ on the Breadline

Christ on the Breadline

Christmas night I was shown to the street, Not even a manger did they offer me.

Two angels intervened. They waited with me for over an hour trying to find a place for me to spend A Cold Christmas Night. 

At 11:00 they  called a lady named Maria. She opened her door and offered me a chair to sleep in for the night. Thank you Mary. 

Against the Grain

“I will not forsake you”. I realized many are afraid to help because they are still attached to the system.  As state citizens they are threatened with a loss of benefits or privalages.

But the fact is, they will never do tht because they need your energy to survive.

My indigenous rights are Over and Above those of states and state citizens. They must abide by their U.N. Charter agreements in regards to Land use and the True indigenous people, heirs to the land. Those who are not apart of their system and has declared the ancient international law of postliminium, which is what I did in 2014.  CLICK THE VIDEO- IT WORKS!  This is a true and undisputable international law and IT IS UPHELD.

Be strong and courageous, do not be afraid or tremble at them, for the Lord your God is the one who goes with you. He will not fail you or forsake you.” ….and you shall inherit the earth.

Transition

noun
  1. 1.
    the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another.
    “studentsin transitionfrom one program to another”

What is a sustainable community?  

A sustainable community does not describe just one type of neighborhood, town or city.

Sustainable communities are people who have joined together with the common purpose of creating a lifestyle based on equality, cooperation, and harmony with the environment, and Earth.

Those living and working in the community do not typically get salaries, instead, as a central principal of these communities, in exchange for working (typically between 25 and 35 hours a week)  the community supports itself.   Instead they will get a small stipend which they may buy luxury items.

Although people of sustainable communities (neighborhoods) live, work and socialize within the community; they are free to leave whenever they want.

Rather than being a fixed thing, a sustainable community is continually adjusting to meet the social and economic needs of its people while preserving the environment’s ability to support it.

A sustainable community uses its resources to meet current needs while ensuring that adequate resources are available for future generations. It seeks a better quality of life for all its residents while maintaining nature’s ability to function over time by minimizing waste, preventing pollution, promoting efficiency and developing local resources to revitalize the local economy.

Decision-making in a sustainable community stems from a rich worldview and shared information among the people in the community.  A sustainable community resembles a living system in which human, natural and economic elements are interdependent and draw strength from each other.

These community includes, turning “wastes” into resources (e.g., recycling); improving efficiency with regard to energy and materials; converting to greater reliance on renewable energy sources; increasing community self-reliance (e.g., food and energy production); and sustainable management of natural resources (e.g., community forestry).

Shifting economic development and responsibilities from governments and corporate internet to the concerns and bettement of  the people in their community. This removes social dependency on government programs benefits and projects.

Examples of sustainable community development include car sharing/ ridesharing to reduce the cost and necessity of car ownership. New product development to encourage manufacturers to develop environmentally-friendly products. Products and materials that easily decompose and reusable. Increasing local self-reliance by establishing closed-loop, self-sustaining economic networks, community supported agriculture to preserve farmland and help farmers, while making fresh fruits and vegetables available in city markets, local currencies and Trading Systems. Local community owned businesse, ie.  a community beverage container recycling depot.

Source:

https://www.sfu.ca/cscd/about-us/what-is-sustainable-community-development.html

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