the short guide to Congregationalism
Life is the connections we create. Cnnectivity creates congregations. Connectivity reduces competition and waste. Competition creates discontinuity and division. Competition decreases connectivity, increases costs, debt and unemployment. The more competition there is the more division there is in the community. (Read about how The Old Morality encourages competition)
Increasing connectivity creates jobs and community. Jobs create wealth and wealth produces equity. Equity is a measure of how well a community is doing ie the degree it is connected. The greater the competition the lower the connectivity and the less equity that is available for job creation.
Congregational Exchanges are associations of people who make themselves accountable to one another. Exchanges generate connectivity. The greater the connectivity the stronger the community; the more power devolved down to the people
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Times of distress are times of opportunity. The present era based on competition and centralization is coming to a close. Congregationalists create communities without debt or unemployment. Congregationalists are people helping people. Read about the benefits of the Congregational model.
Are you tired of the high cost of beef? A Beef Exchange is the Congregationalist answer to the high cost of beef.
Ready to retire but think you need more money? Learn how Congregationalism lets you retire using your homes equity but without debt.
Would you like to help your community prosper, become more resilient and reduce dependency on oil. Congregationalism creates resilient communities.
Join The Seed Exchange Promote sustainability and create jobs along with biodiversity, low energy initiatives and food security using the Congregational business model.
Creating jobs is to increase cooperation. Congregationalism eliminates unemployment.
The Rebranding Of Bracebridge is a look at a small town hard hit by outsourcing, consolidation and debt. The Rebranding Initiative discusses how a small town can create jobs using Congregationalism to encourage citizens to help one another.
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the purpose of life is to congregate
Humans are the rational (congregational) organism.
Humans come come together (congregate) in systematic and purposeful ways. This is the definition of rational.
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