What We Build
By Deacon Gray
I think we have all had the experience of joining something new. The excitement of exploration, the thrill of joining the project, even if the project is nothing more than becoming a piece of the puzzle that makes the community a community.
People have always come together. Individuals form families, families form tribes, tribes become communities. As long as we continue building, we continue to grow. When we stop building, and rest on our backsides too long, all around us things start to break down.
We have seen in countries like Rome where growth has stopped, the connections break down, and soon so does the country itself unless it finds collectively a new stage of growth. Without it, the internal strife starts to take place. Factions develop, differences become disputes and disputes become full blown conflict, or worse yet apathy.
So you might be…