Tell Your Story Community Cooperation Blog

The Tell Your Story (TYS)  Community Cooperation Blog hopes to help building cooperative community across borders. In keeping with William James, Gandhi, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, and President Jimmy Carter, we try to live in such a way as to build peace, by Telling Your Story with disciplined engagement. Some ways that we work for peace and full potential for All are:

1. Bank small
2. Buy local
3. BMW (Bike/Metro/Walk)
4. use Renewable energy providers
5. Live Simply: RRR, go Vegan, FreeCycle, Compost, etc… :see the Voluntary Simplicity Movement…
6. Worker’s Coops!
7. Build Participatory Community and Policies/Politics!

Please come help us build participatory and fully democratic community. Come write with us.
Saturday, Apr 12 2014 on the Gregorian Calendar, which was U.N. Date: Wednesday, April 11, 12014 H.E. (Holocene Era) on The U.N. sponsored World Calendar

Este blog tiene la meta de construir la cooperacion entre communidades. Todos son invitados a contribuir.
Revisado Sabado el 12 abril, 2014 que es Miercoles, 11 abril 12,014 E.H. (Era Holoceno) por El Calendario Mundial.

Le Blog Racontez Vos Histoires Cooperatif  travaille à fournir un forum de discussion d’idées pour construire une communauté coopérative à travers les frontières.

Principes comprennent la coopération pour aider les collectivités à construire des systèmes durables de production d’énergie locale et politico-économiques fondées sur les processus de prise de décision participative.

À cette fin, les contributeurs de partout dans le monde, dans différentes langues, sont invités à participer et écrire avec nous.

Kooperatif Blogini sınırlar arasında kooperatif topluluk oluşturmak için fikirlerin tartışılması için bir forum sağlamak için çalışır.
İlkeler topluluklar katılımcı karar-alma süreçlerine dayanan sürdürülebilir yerel enerji üretim ve politik-ekonomik sistemlerini kurmak için işbirliğini kapsamaktadır.

Bu amaçla, tüm dünyadan katılımcılar, çeşitli dillerde, katılmak ve bizimle birlikte yazmak için teşvik edilir.

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