Social Sustainability

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Concerned with the practical application of specific principles of social sustainability in the actual design of new institutions, this handbook provides information on how to use celestial guidance to design a sustainable society. The manifesto provides methods for invoking higher powers and includes advice on how to assemble and organize a social sustainability team and how to use the three core values of social sustainability. It explains how ordinary citizens working in grassroots teams anywhere in the world can design socially sustainable institutions of any size that will allow humanity to thrive far into the future.


Byron Belitsos is an editor, journalist, political activist, and the publisher of Origin Press. He is the author of The Adventure of Being Human, the coauthor of Healing a Broken WorldOne World Democracy, A Return to Healing, which won a Nautilus Gold award, and The Secret Revelation, and the editor of The Center Within. He is a board member of the Democratic World Federalists and was an inaugural member of Ken Wilber’s Integral Institute. He lives in San Rafael, California. Rosemarie Stallworth-Clark, PhD, is a professor emerita of educational psychology at Georgia Southern University and the cochair of the National Youth-at-Risk Conference. She served on the Peace Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association, assisted in the implementation of peace education in Bosnia and Herzegovina following the 1990s wars, and served as a facilitator of a United Nations Peace Symposium workshop. She is the coauthor and editor of the book, Fostering Our Youth’s Well-Being: Healing the Social Disease of Violence. She lives in Statesboro, Georgia. Hon. Martin E. Risacher (retired) served as a superior court judge in southern Indiana and for eight years taught as a faculty member of National Judicial College, the nation’s leading organization for the education of judges. He worked for more than 20 years as a civil litigator before retiring in 2010. He lives in Sarasota, Florida.