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The "One Small Town" approach to creating an UBUNTU community [...]


Kearney, Nebraska
via Ubuntu Planet
The "One Small Town" approach to creating an UBUNTU community is an approach that is not in harmony with the Universal Law of Attraction and is, thus, fatally flawed. In addition, such an approach is unethical, inasmuch as it requires those who don't wish to participate in an UBUNTU community to have to, either, do so against their wishes, or leave their own town.
Each person is the creator of his/her own reality. This implies, among other things, that Michael Tellinger can only create an UBUNTU community for Michael Tellinger--he cannot create one for anyone else. If you wish to live in an UBUNTU community, there is no getting around this truth: YOU will have to come to a thorough understanding of the Law of Attraction, and YOU will have to use that understanding to attract an UBUNTU community to yourself. There are techniques that allow you to do this. If Michael Tellinger wishes to live in an UBUNTU community, he will have to do the same, himself.
It is your lack of vision that keeps you confined to your box of hopelessness or, at least, indifference (which is, really, hopelessness disguised).
Swift Winds
"unethical, inasmuch as it requires those who don't wish to participate in an UBUNTU community to have to, either, do so against their wishes, or leave their own town" - these words describe the society we currently live in.
UBUNTU isn't the end-all-be-all, it is A solution to the society that entraps us today. This solution is infinitely better than the system we are. Good day sir.
Sunday 15 October 2017, 19:13:25
evflujan
Dear Michel.
I think that it is important to remark that under the name UBUNTU lay a handfull of important concepts: contributionism, freedom, equality, brothership, etc.
I don't think nobody tries to force you anyway.
If you don't participate in the ubuntu community projects obviously you will not have the inherent benefits.
The Universal Law of Attraction will bring you in contact with the ideas, people, projects and experiences matching your personal vibration with total independence of the rest of the people.
Another Ubuntu safeguard is other of its ancient african principles: if something is not good for everybody, then it is not good at all.
Have you heard about Abraham Hicks?
I suppose yes.
Best regards.
Monday 16 October 2017, 13:35:04
Nic G
I think you got things wrong, people won't be forced to do a thing; if they contribute, they will have what other contributors have, if they don't, they will live their lives the same way they were living. The only difference is they will probably be buying stuff from Ubuntu members because they will be cheaper. The idea is to show them they can have what they want with cooperation.
Friday 24 November 2017, 11:05:08
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