Why do people have different skills and abilities? Because we were not meant to live isolated lives. Birds have flocks, wolves have packs, humans have tribes. This is the natural unit of humanity. In this organization, skills and traits compliment each other to make a cohesive whole. But most of us no longer live that way. We confuse our need for self-reliance with our need for companionship and partnership. But when we understand those relationships in their natural context, we can align them correctly.
You have abilities and resources that someone else needs. They have things that you need. These don't have to be turned into commodities feeding a system that breeds greed and isolation. They can be applied correctly to form and enhance a community that supports our mutual wellness. This applies to everything from work to personal relationships.
When we pay attention to nature, we see how all things can be good and profitable, or twisted into something damaging. By helping others, you find validation, you find friendship, you learn mutual trust. This lowers crime, decreases stress, and improves our shared lives.
Imagine a place where things got continually better rather than decaying and coming apart. This place exists. These relationships exist all around you. The Environmental Team can show them to you and connect you with ways to truly start making things better.
But how? It will look different for everyone. But we've distilled 4 ethical principles that can serve as guidelines. These aren't magic bullets. They're well known and well documented principles that when applied correctly, form a decision matrix for all aspects of your life.
You can't be more efficient than nature.
No such thing as waste.
We might all be wrong.
Never give what someone should provide for themselves.
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