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On Being Good: the Secular Virtues

 

On Being Good: the Secular Virtues

by Alain de Botton

Article Link: The Secular Virtues

If I had to design a list of 10 virtues that could apply today, I might go for the following (they speak most clearly to me, precisely because I find them hardest to apply):

Resilience
The art of keeping going even when things are looking dark; of accepting reversals as normal, of refusing to frighten others with one’s own fears and of remembering that human nature is in the end reassuringly tough.…

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Eric Fromm on The Real Meaning of 'Self-Love'

 

The Great Humanistic Philosopher and Psychologist Erich Fromm on What Self-Love Really Means and Why It Is the Basic Condition for a Sane Society

Article Link: Real Meaning of Self Love

Reciprocal Rights

 

Reciprocal Rights Version 2.9 (A cobbling together of The Bill of Rights, FDR's 2nd Bill of Rights, The Declaration of Human Rights, and the Bolivian Mother Earth Law)

OK - Why? This is WHY:It has come to my attention that the Koch Brothers are making moves toward a Constitutional Convention (They are just 5 state house votes away from this goal at 29 states: 34 states needed). If this happens our Bill of Rights will be dissolved. So, if this happens I want to be johnny-on-the-spot with an even more all-encompassing set of rights for the citizens. I've done my level…more…

Governance Guidelines

 

Preface

  1. Best Practices

  2. Governance Design Goals (Incorporate Good Governance Requirements)

    1. Goal : Incorporate Good Governance Requirements

    2. Note: Every article, bylaw, policy, and procedure proposed within Cascadia Commons shall meet all Governance Requirements to be considered for adoption and implementation, or in the case where the article, bylaw, policy, or procedure does not fulfill Governance Requirements shall be construed as not in effect and unenforceable and rejected until such time as alterations can be made to…

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