Saturday, 14 March 2015

How it works

By offering mixed opportunity for desired goals to core participants, providing housing for some, employment for others, social and therapeutic activity for all, in general agreement with Buckminster Fuller idea that:

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that
makes the existing model obsolete.” 

As a gathering zone for enquiring minds open to learning, developing and sharing new and rediscovered creative practices that benefit our species and our natural environment whilst respecting other life forms.

Through active engagement of all these parties in developing a shared philosophy that collaborative communities, constantly honing their individual and collective cognitive abilities, offers us and our progeny the best hope of a safe and enriching journey into the future.

This biodiverse sanctuary offers a broad range of activities to core and visiting participants for skill & knowledge exchange - emphasising continuity of involvement and co-operation - conscious of Robert Axelrod’s thought that

 “The foundation of cooperation is not really trust, but the durability of the relationship.”

“Whether the players trust each other or not is less important in the long run than whether the conditions are ripe for them to build a stable pattern of co-operation” (providing mutual benefit)

“For cooperation to prove stable, the future must have a sufficiently large shadow ... the importance of the next encounter between the same two individuals must be great enough to make noncooperation an unprofitable strategy."

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