Oh, we were brainstorming: a lot of people I talk with online have a somewhat similar visions: that of utopian communities or societies. The details are often different but there’s usually a lot in common. In this case, after skimming through it, I can see that the community binding force is a codified morality and there would need to be a rehabilitation program in place for those who want to stay but are having problems holding to the codified morality, as well as “passing of the baton” when someone needs to exit the community due to deep incompatibility whereby an outside trusted authority would be better suited.

Oh, we were brainstorming: a lot of people I talk with online have a somewhat similar visions: that of utopian communities or societies. The details are often different but there’s usually a lot in common.
In this case, after skimming through it, I can see that the community binding force is a codified morality and there would need to be a rehabilitation program in place for those who want to stay but are having problems holding to the codified morality, as well as “passing of the baton” when someone needs to exit the community due to deep incompatibility whereby an outside trusted authority would be better suited.
 I don’t have any active project at the moment. These are in the realm of “if I had sufficient funds, a small core team of committed individuals, a non-profit formed with competent workers in key positions, this is how I would go about things”.
But I’d love to hear your ideas. I believe it’s crucial to have the outer hull taken care of PROPERLY so that the inner growth can take place. There are too many wrong ways to handle “misfit” situations in societies.

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