Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Sacred Landscaping

Politics.

Religion.

Economics.

Art.

Science.

Sex.

Love.

Survival.

Entertainment.

Enlightenment.

Consciousness.

And Language.

How would a theory of everything weave all this together?

How can a nonprofit talk about a truly holistic approach to solving global challenges on a shoestring, crowdfunded budget without addressing all of these issues collectively?

If such a nonprofit were to do address all these issues holistically, and not have 501(3)c status as a result of being uncategorizable, would you recognize it as revolutionary and maybe even prophetic, or would you disregard it as unprofessional?

Would you recognize that such a nonprofit or network of nonprofits is destined to compete with, and outperform, government itself - at least in the field of public service?

Reader, do you see that sustainability is holistic, involving the maximum livability for the maximum diversity, meaning that world peace requires a holistic, permaculture approach, wherein we address the requisites for peace across the spectrum of cultural behavior, even if it requires enduring systemic, evolutionary transformation in all the aforementioned categories?

Enlightened society produces enlightened behavior, which would make an impact across all genres of the public sphere.  A truly holistic theory of everything isn't a theory of anything at all, but a strategy of everyone, and a practice of unifying behind common cause -  the cause of the commons.

A nonprofit committed to enhancing the commons.

A nonprofit committed to enhancing the public space, physically and metaphysically speaking.

Could a nonprofit committed to enhancing the public space hijack the attention of the feedback loop social network long enough to get everyone to look in the same direction at once, for the purposes of significantly enhancing the commons?

Listen:  If this nonprofit is truly holistic then its marketing campaign deliberately involves hijacking the attention of the Viral Social Network long enough for everyone to look in the same direction at once, in order to harness the momentum required to improve the commons.  It's a marketing technique, designed to crowdfund commons enhancement and in so doing, put the government almost but not quite out of business.

The viral social network is the swarm consciousness.  We come up with the best solutions when we put our minds together.  Which we are now able to do, cybernetically.

So.

  Let private enterprise look after the public good, by crowdfunding a nonprofit which efficiently propagates a viral, swarm-tested strategy of commons enhancement.

And the strategy itself must be so easy to sell, it reads like a blockbuster novel.  The theory of everything is a practice of everyone, and it propagates virally through the internet infecting swarm consciousness, intelligently and persuasively modifying cultural behavior patterns so as to usher in an era of sustainability, which by its very nature will last theoretically forever.


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