Community Building and World Peace

Community Building and World Peace

There is a common misconception that a Community is a group of people who share common interests, culture, proximity, purpose, etc.  But though this can be, and often is, the impetus for building Community, it’s not a prerequisite.  In fact, a Community is richer when participants differ in interests, culture, proximity, purpose etc.  It is this diversity that makes Community building the fascinating and rewarding experience that it is.

It is not necessary to look for common factors in order to build Community because we all share one common interest;  Life. We all experience hopes and disappointments, successes and failures, joy and grief.  We all need a tribe; people to talk to about our lives.

On this foundation, we can not only build Community in our organizations, societies, clubs, boards, cities, towns and villages and classrooms –  we can build Community with anyone.  And our technology allows us to do this with people anywhere. 

Community building is about making the unfamiliar familiar.  There is no more direct path to world peace than Community building.

I’d like to invite you to join Kalliergo’s newly created Special Community Builder’s List where participants will receive information, tools and tips a couple of times a month.  Click this link to join us.  Share it with your friends.  Share it on social media.  Invite your Community-minded friends to get on the list. Please. (I said “please”, so you have to do it ;-)

It’s going to take a lot of us to change the world.  Let’s get started.

 

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About The Author


I have always loved writing and community building. I’ve written a book about healing and happiness, The Happy Place, as well as a Community Building book, Sounding the Drum: Community Building in the Digital Age,both available at any Amazon store. I’ve been through life changes that I thought were the end of my world, but I’m still here. You never know what will happen next. Isn’t that what makes life interesting?