Because many of the beliefs of the old culture no longer serve us as social beings, we hold these premises as essential in establishing a stable tribe or family of choice. Our work & book is rooted in these beliefs.
- Humans most want love, family, friends and community.
- Staying in place is essential to the possibility of any real tribe of community.
- We learn to love and trust those with whom we spend the most time.
- We prefer a limited number of deep, close friends rather to many acquaintances.
- Commitments help build long lasting relationships and community.
- We can proactively choose the tribe we feel best with.
- A relationship with the energies of the Great Mystery informs our work.
- Women and men can feel truly safe with each other, when transparency and clear boundaries exit.
- Knowing and bonding with each other comes from on the amount of quality time spent together.
- Forming a mutual safety net feels ever more important in our current social and economic uncertainty.
- Once authentically happy, each of us will move towards creating the new world.
- We see the needs, and feel called to serve, in the co-creation of a new culture that honors all life.
Context: This brief video by Charles Eisenstein author of Sacred Economics, reflects much of our work—