We envision a thriving world where wellbeing is wealth.
We aspire to elevate personal, interpersonal, and community wellbeing in order to help one another fulfill our basic needs.
Socioeconomic inequality is increasing. When people don’t have money, they cannot meet their basic needs in a market society that places a price tag on seemingly everything. The more social and economic inequality increases, the more people suffer more harshly.
The problem is simple. The economic system creates inequality. And the social system creates inequality.
The solution must get to the root of the social and economic systems problems.
Both of these systems are designed and operated by people.
The systems emerge from people.
And people are the solution.
Our core principles align with the scope of our work—personal, interpersonal, and community—with an internal and external focus at each level.
We are all good people at our core.
We all seek and derive meaning from sensing the information in our environment.
We all give and receive feedback to and from one another.
We all create connection when we build feedback loops.
All systems achieve balance or they do not survive.
All systems are bombarded with changes from their surroundings and must adapt or they do not survive.
Emergent Core Values
emerge from the synthesis of neighboring pairs of core principles
is what emerges from good and meaning
is what emerges from meaning and feedback
is what emerges from feedback and connection
is what emerges from connection and balance
is what emerges from balance and change
is what emerges from change and good
Principle-rooted Emergent Values
is the pinnacle of our vision for the world is what emerges from Progress and Virtue rooted in Good
is what emerges from Virtue and Knowledge rooted in Meaning
is what emerges from Knowledge and Trust rooted in Feedback
is the foundation for our social system and is what emerges from Trust and Equity rooted in Connection
is what emerges from Equity and Equilibrium rooted in Balance
is what emerges from Equilibrium and Progress rooted in Change