Outside Looking In: Progression & Cycles


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Our social structure evolves consciously, like an organism, using our values to both reason and react to the environment.

Our social structure evolves consciously, like an organism, using our values to both reason and react to the environment.

Working in parallel, wealth and power form a cycle that establishes how we spend money to take from the environment, react to it, change ourselves, vote, and then have government regulate our taking. Everything in this cycle exists on and for change and balance, and by tapping into each of our individual values as best we can, we maintain control of what gives, what persists, and what resists. Through a complex chain of interactions, this in-out-in-out organism of our social structure seeks, above all, harmony and balance.

So the picture of our social structure/organism becomes a little clearer as it evolves, like any other living being, by allowing its components (that would be us) collectively to shape its future by both reasoning and reacting to the environment. What is the vote? It’s our voice in the community. What is our government? It is simply a means of turning votes into laws. What is money? It’s more than just paper; it represents value. What are markets? They are simply constructs we’ve built for moving our money around. We empower these things with attributes so they can help us grow. We created them and we control them.

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