Wondering Wednesdays, Room for All, and One Possible Vision

The common good, or the general welfare, includes the Public Domain Social Infrastructure, and much more.    All parts of our world system, must become more fully inclusive for all of us. I have a humble idea for one possible potential vision of what a kinder world could look like, if anyone would like t see the big picture outlined?

My working title:  Do Better (fka:Baby Acres)

Action Items:

1.) Imagine some possible ideas for what you would like the world to look like in 60 years.

2.) Share them with us in the comments, here, please.

3.) Share your thoughts on whether a more inclusive calendar might help, or hinder,  that possible world,

4.) Write a story, blog post or tweet that uses your ideas, and share it here, pleas

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Thoughtful Readers, if you are on Twitter, please consider following   #Project Do Better  on Twitter.

Shira

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8 thoughts on “Wondering Wednesdays, Room for All, and One Possible Vision

  1. We could have a more inclusive world by not restricting voting. I am appalled at the number of states that are trying to do this and the people who only want access to mail in voting for themselves.

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    1. Very good point: full voting rights would be a good start toward a more inclusive country.
      The number of people supporting the restriction of voting for others is disturbing, so I agree that any vision of a better world must begin with full voice, in whatever shape that takes, like voting, for every human being to have human needs met with human dignity.

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