By Justin Krebs
There are hundreds and hundreds of the way to guide a extra environmentally pleasant, socially unsleeping, and liberally minded life-ways which may also be stress-free. What readers will locate during this pleasant inclusive ebook are basic steps, way of life changes, and concepts that entertain:
Justin Krebs explains that being liberal, or revolutionary, isn't really just a political act—it's a way of life that is suited for our altering the United States.
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We believe that we are all in the same boat, and we want everyone else to prosper as well because our fates are interlocked. This means cherishing the environment, cultivating peace, and working with other nations, other communities, and our neighbors to develop solutions that work well for all of us. And that’s just the political side. As a lifestyle, “living liberally” is living collectively—investing in and drawing from common resources living creatively and expressively, because communication and connection build community living sustainably, because we need to green our society so it will work for all of us and for future generations—not just 50 years from now, but 500, even 5,000 living diversely, because what unites us is strengthened by the range of experiences and cultures we represent living freely and joyously, because life’s too short to be unhappy.
And in doing so, shrink your ’hoodprint. Though he didn’t use the term ’hoodprint, one social scientist first made me think about the concept. Actually, he’s a friend: David Alpert, one of the partners who took Living Liberally national, and the publisher of Greater Greater Washington, a website devoted to discussions of smart city planning. He once wrote about his friend who lived in a small town—population about 8,000. His friend had lived there for a number of years, and his parents had worked there when he was growing up.
As you’re thinking about public facilities, you can also think about public health. The costs of health care are overwhelming and heavily tax us all. Fortunately, we can protect ourselves, prevent disease among our neighbors, and reduce our communal health care costs at the same time. Get vaccinations to prevent the spread of disease; you might not be at risk yourself, but you do not want to carry diseases to more vulnerable members of society. Don’t smoke—not only does it hurt you, but it hurts those around you and incurs incredible health costs down the road.