Purpose, Vision, and Mission
The Massachusetts Republic has conceived the following dream, stated in its purpose, vision, and mission as follows:
Purpose: The purpose of The Massachusetts Republic is to create The Better World We Know In Our Hearts Is Possible.
Vision: The Massachusetts Republic envisions integrated individuals within integrated communities in the form of Jeffersonian Ward Republics:
- providing and performing the functions of governance to and for one another; governance of, by, and for the people;
- deciding together, through dynamic governance, what would be good and of value for the community; and
- issuing money, through a community-supported credit system known as Common Good, to fund it.
As individuals, we receive the money we need to live as our right to the equitable distribution of the wealth we all create together. And we have a right to the capital our capacities warrant so that we may pursue our transcendent purpose and bring our service and contribution to expression.
Mission: The Massachusetts Republic's mission is to:
Actualize the ideals of FREEDOM, JUSTICE, and COMMUNITY by:
- Implementing the “Threefold Social Order” - by properly aligning the three ideals of Freedom, Justice, and
Cooperation/Collaboration with the three domains of Culture, Governance, and Economics. We do so by:
- Establishing Jeffersonian Ward Republics in which:
- the people in wards know one another and personally provide and perform the functions of governance to and
for one another;
- the people decide together what would be good and of value for the community and issue money to fund it.
- Using the social technologies of dynamic governance known as Sociocracy, non-violent communication and
restorative justice, and a community created credit system known as Common Good, and thereby reliably establish healthy social structures and pathways for creating together The Better World We Know In Our Hearts Is
Ultimately, our sense of justice, which arises from our common humanity, will determine what would best serve our communities.
2. Foster Individual and Collective Integration, which involves understanding The Gap, practicing The Golden Rule,
practicing Communication Protocols such as “non-violent communication” and “dynamic governance”, and engaging
other general practices that foster "right relations", "right livelihood", integration, and harmony.
The following pages: Threefolding and Integration elaborate on the above, providing more detailed information for further review and exploration, including an understanding of the problems of our existing culture as well as a vision of a new culture, a new paradigm, based on the ideals further addressed on these pages.