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  • #1586
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    dmorales
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    I want to help build the new school system that will be needed for these communities. I will be taking the curriculmn from conversations with god book 2. Who would I contact about this?

    #14738
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    Blueintheface
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    Will our new school system be private? I’ll sign on with the first seastead with private schools serving all but the most disadvantaged children. Even then I would hope that private charity would support that part.

    #14748
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    dmorales, TSI isn’t intending to build a single seastead, we’re a collection of very different people who all believe that we can create better countries if given an island/platform in international waters. So it would depend very much on what kind of country/laws you think would suit your school system.

    King Shannon of the Constitutional Monarchy of Logos.

    #14876
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    It would be private, and you would have to read up on system of it to understand how it can work very well with this.

    #14877
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    Mad-Dog-Tannen
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    god book 2? You mean the New Testement?

    #15119
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    dmorales
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    No look up conversations with god by Neal Donald Walsch. And this is not religious it’s a spiritual thing. So open minds are required.

    #15120
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    Little breakdown:

    The challenges we face today in our current school system is we don’t teach the basics. Like how to deal with a mortgage or credit card bills, or teach how to read a fininacial statement. Now let’s take it to a deeper level. Building the spiritual foundation. I would like to have courses that build the spiritual foundation then moves onto the physical real world systems.

    Spiritual Foundation Courses 1-6

    -understanding power

    -peaceful conflict resolution

    -elements of loving relationships

    -personhood and self creation

    -body,mind and spirit: how they function

    -engaging creativity

    -celebrating self, valuing others

    -joyous sexual expression

    -fairness

    -tolerance

    -diversities and similarities

    -ethical economics

    -creative consciousness and mind power

    -awareness and wakefulness

    -honesty and responsibility

    -visibility and transparency

    science and spirituality

    Then 6-12 can be learning the basics. And really digging to see what each student wants to do in the world, finding there talent.

    #16073
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    Mmmm, tastes like crunchy granola…

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    Seasteading is to Boat Living what Traction Cities are to Vandwelling – simply a matter of scale.

    #16079
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    dmorales wrote:

    Little breakdown:

    The challenges we face today in our current school system is we don’t teach the basics. Like how to deal with a mortgage or credit card bills, or teach how to read a fininacial statement. Now let’s take it to a deeper level. Building the spiritual foundation. I would like to have courses that build the spiritual foundation then moves onto the physical real world systems.

    Spiritual Foundation Courses 1-6

    -understanding power

    -peaceful conflict resolution

    -elements of loving relationships

    -personhood and self creation

    -body,mind and spirit: how they function

    -engaging creativity

    -celebrating self, valuing others

    -joyous sexual expression

    -fairness

    -tolerance

    -diversities and similarities

    -ethical economics

    -creative consciousness and mind power

    -awareness and wakefulness

    -honesty and responsibility

    -visibility and transparency

    science and spirituality

    Then 6-12 can be learning the basics. And really digging to see what each student wants to do in the world, finding there talent.

    Sorry to say but my child (if I had one) would stay far away from your school. Many of those things should be incurraged in school. (honesty with punishment for cheating, tolerance with open debates on subjects) But I am a firm believer that morals come from the home. i would want my schools to teach the basics, the real basics. Math, English, Science. With electives for the children to choose like ‘mechanics’ or ‘Carpentry’. My kids don’t need home Ec, because they’ll be helping out aroudn the home. My kids won’t need Music, because I’ll encourage them to play an insterment or sing if they want. My kids won’t need any ART type class, for the same reason. They need to know enough math to do taxes (no crazy advanced algibra, no use for that in daily lives, basic sure but not advanced.).

    I’m not even going to go into the ‘sexual expression’ or ‘peaceful resolution’ classes.

    ‘Lead, Follow, or get out of my way.’ -Unknown

    #16082
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    Schools should be about basics. My kids will not be indoctrinated with someone else telling them right from wrong. That is my job and his community I choose. My kids do not need a cult.

    I have told my son to go to school grab his two best friends and stand up to a guy who was bulling one of the smallest kids (Carter) in School. Carter is on my son and friend sports team together. I teach him that a bully needs to be removed not hold hands with him and sing love songs. The problem now is that love and peace is the way to go according to schools but bullies are worse now than ever. And they continue to bully.

    So what did above teach my son?

    Basic math: 3 vs bully 3 wins

    Loyalty: Carter is a team member and has made a commitment to his team, so they should commitment to him.

    Fairness: It is not fair for a small guy not be able to stand up for himself so friends should help.

    Health: Less chance for 3 being hurt then 1

    peaceful conflict resolution: Carter is no longer bothered.

    understanding power: My son help the bully understand real power comes from community and friendship. Not being a bully.

    So he learned 6 out of the 17 things you have listed by supporting a friend.

    Chucker

    PS True story and school did not toss him.

    #16083
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    My mom always told me ‘Don’t throw the first punch… but if the other guy does take him down.’ LOL. I was the small northerner in my FL middle school. Smallest kid in class, proud of my northern roots, mad at being stuck in FL. So I got bullied constantly… and got a reputation for not backing down from anyone. Needless to say, as the tiny guy who never lost a fight or won(always got broken up before a victor could be decided) it took until my second year of HS for people to leave me alone… of course at that point I went from 5’2″ 120LB to 6ft 190LB in really about a year. :D SO of course I noticed people stopped targeting me. I then proceeded to stand between bullies and other small kids. :D Of course bullies didn’t want to fight me, tehy wanted to prove how tough they where by fighting the tiny kids.

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