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Has anyone ever thought of building the world we all [...]

Auckland, Auckland
via Ubuntu Planet
Has anyone ever thought of building the world we all want ? I mean we have the skills surely if we don't we'll find the people with them or acquire them. I was thinking we should maybe instead of trying to convince a state or village or whatever to join us. Maybe we should just build our own village. By this I mean we put money together we by land we build houses on it and we start to move in. The others will follow when they want to but at least we will have the lives we dream of don't you think ? Please share any comments on this topic I'll be glad to talk about it.
intriguing thought,, but im of the notion of 'all in', whats the point of me having happy life when i know someone may well be hungry and possibly not of their own fault. most people agree with ubuntu(or any positive change for that matter) just not aware of it and far to afraid to stand up and try
Thursday 10 March 2016, 05:01:15
I thought that 2, and it is a wonderfull way to promove UBUNTU, but to do that we would have to had a millionaire between us
Thursday 10 March 2016, 12:02:29
that's exactly what we gonna do in China, still working on it though
Friday 11 March 2016, 17:05:15
we were thinking about to establish our own eco village in the countryside and it's very likely that we got a chance to do it this year.
Friday 11 March 2016, 17:10:52
Damn that awesome !!! I think I'll come around, cause it sounds great.
Saturday 12 March 2016, 23:26:24
And Luqe I don't really get your point. I think that by doing that you could be helping these people better than now unless you are a millionaire helping them right now. I also don't see the point of staying sad cause other people are having problems. If you are in a better environment and you feel better yourself you can help others in a better way as well.
Saturday 12 March 2016, 23:28:59
no point , just like discussion. money or millions dont equal help - and help can only be offered to a closed hand so it wont be "all in". and staying sad as you put it serves as a reminder (for me) and protection against ego and material things. for me its about standards. i would love a boat only if others are equally opportune to do the same, not because i push more buttons or cut down more trees or spend less time with loved ones so i can work more hours for more money and spend that cash selfishly. ubuntu gives these standards fairly so i do not disagree with your thoughts
Sunday 13 March 2016, 01:03:04
Ooo ok I see. I like that kind of thinking
Sunday 13 March 2016, 03:06:25
That is what Tellinger is doing right now. There are also other groups that have Ubuntu-type villages, hundreds around the globe. Choose one here near you:…
Sunday 13 March 2016, 22:49:16
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