Building from the Inside Out
“Building from the inside out” means many things.
1- First, it means that train people and cause new shift “inside” in their hearts and minds
2- Second, it means that we find the people who will live “inside” the arcology, before we build it. Everyone involved will feel very connected to the project because they were included in the planning stages.
3- Finally, it means that we build upon the values we carry “inside,” rather than upon outside outcomes such as profit or progress. We are convinced that we can have profit and progress at a greater dimension than today’s system because we live by our values.
Our values include world peace, protecting the environment, green architecture, inclusion of anyone regardless of race, religion, or socio-economic status, abundance for all, and cooperative co-ownership.
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If humans are like bees that need a hive for optimum well-being, do you think living in an ARC7 Arcology might bring us a greater sense of well-being?
If single family dwellings result in disconnected families that don’t feel like a tribe anymore, do you think ARC7 Arcology might restore the sense of tribal connection?
If the act of “paying rent or being evicted” makes you feel like an unwelcome stranger, do you think being co-owner of an ARC7 housing co-op might restore your sense of tribal connection?
If our current social structure prevents the sense of belonging, do you think an ARC7 social structure might restore the sense of tribal connection?
If a competitive workplace prevents any possibility of experiencing a sense of belonging, do you think that being involved in financial collaboration might restore the sense of tribal connection?
If having a “boss” or “supervisor” causes workers to disengage, do you think that co-ownership of an ARC7 Arcology might inspire more engagement in your work?
If people who feel disconnected commit more crimes than those who feel like they belong, do you think an ARC7 social structure might reduce crime?
If competition in the global marketplace leads to unethical business practices, do you think ARC7 collaborative business structure might reduce corruption?
If world peace is impossible with the current economic system and social structure, do you think building ARC7 Arcologies around the world might lay the foundation for world peace?
If each ARC7 Arcology we build addresses all of the issues mentioned above, do you think that building more ARC7 Arcologies might make the world a better place?
If you had unlimited resources and manpower, what would you include in your ARC7 Arcology to lay the foundation for highest well-being and global well-being?
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