Chapter 12: Shared Values

As the individual regions have different cultures, the values are also not the same everywhere. However, there are some values that are shared by all the people - making the world a brighter place. The maybe most important one is peace - and therefore there is a strict opposition to warfare and killings. Fortunately, all …

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Chapter 11: Politics & Democracy

The regions are democratically governed and in peaceful (trade and knowledge) relations with each other. All people are interested in politics because they know that the decisions directly influence their lives and they care about what happens in the community. They want to actively design and shape the world in the best possible way. Therefore, …

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Extra: #EcologicalAwakening

Today, I launch my call to employers for an #EcologicalAwakening. I call on all those who are conscious of the gap between the ecological emergency and the actions taken to face it in the business world to do the same, by visiting I also welcome discussion and debate in the comments on this post.

Chapter 10: Culture & Celebrations

Each region - and also smaller local entities - has its own culture. It is distinct to the others around the world, with own customs and language(s). Most people speak at least one of the bigger international languages in order to communicate with people from other regions. This diversity makes the world creative and interesting. …

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Chapter 9: Economy & Money

As more things are done and created within a community or region, there is less dependence on international actors and events. Logistics and transport have been reduced. Value chains are shorter which makes them easier to control and to update qualitatively. Less money gets lost to unnecessary middlemen [i.e. "a dealer, agent, or company intermediate …

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