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Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader’s running mate, the brilliant woman Winona LaDuke, said during a speech "We don't want a bigger piece of their pie. We want a different pie." The Tiny Home Sisterhood agrees with Winona LaDuke, adding we don’t want a hand out, we simply need One Hand Up with the assistance from Wisdom of Elder’s.

One Hand Up is the answer to Winona LaDuke’s intelligent perspective of calling for a ‘Different Pie’. America currently has an estimated 13.6 million single mothers raising over roughly 21 million children. Addressing their needs, the Tiny Home Sisterhood is one small experiment as the ‘Different Pie’… pro-positive Social Architecture addressing our Self-Reliance needs.

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Welcome to Tiny Home Sisterhood

Many thanks to our Team, and to the Small Business Development Centers of the University of Massachusetts, and the University of Hawai’i as we designed Social Architecture.

As our message of Social Architecture is spread… our audience is assisting the Tiny Home Sisterhood in benefitting the community. With the Tiny Home Sisterhood hosting Tiny Home Community Conversations, value to the community will appear from action, not words. By publishing Events via social marketing platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube, Tumblr, and Sound Cloud, the Tiny Home Sisterhood is announcing the Wisdom of Elder’s event on July 15, 2017 at A'ama Organic Farm, Big Island, Hawai’i as the Tiny Home Sisterhood addresses the social concern facing the Oppression of Women.

You are invited to Become A Member and join the Tiny Home Sisterhood.

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When: Hawai'i Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour?

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One out of 250 chance to win VW Camper Island Tour Guide, a once in a lifetime Hawaiian Adventure on Big Island for $175 (for 2 people)

When?

Two Nights & Three Days of personal tour guide driver catering to your needs.

  • Pre-trip planning with a consultant provided
  • Dates for travel to/from Kona, Hawai’i are selected by the Winners
  • Date availability for Tour Guide to be selected by Winner
  • VW Camper Island Tour Guide starts at Day 1 at 9:00am pick-up at Winner's hotel in Kona, Hawai'i, and ends on Day 3 at 5:00pm drop-off at Winner's hotel in Kona, Hawai'i.

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How: Hawai'i Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour?

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One out of 250 chance to win VW Camper Island Tour Guide, a once in a lifetime Hawaiian Adventure on Big Island for $175 (for 2 people)

How?

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  • Buy your Gift Award Ticket(s) on our shopping cart at Optimistic Vibe
  • FREE pre-trip planning consultation included
  • Appearance of video/pictures throughout the VW Camper Island Tour Guide - potential for use on HGTV
  • Experience "Music by the People" of the island
  • Travel Arrangements and Travel Accommodations are responsibility of Winners
  • Use of Camping Equipment included
  • Winners are invited to bring one backpack size luggage during VW Camper Island Tour Guide.
  • The cost of Meals are not included during the VW Camper Island Tour Guide
  • Winners are responsible for storage of their luggage during VW Camper Island Tour Guide (VW Camper has limited capacity).

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Where: Hawai'i Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour?

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One out of 250 chance to win VW Camper Island Tour Guide, a once in a lifetime Hawaiian Adventure on Big Island for $175 (for 2 people)

Where?

Free Pre-Trip Consultation provided to Winners

  • Welcome/Pick up at Airport with Lei
  • Driver to bring you from the Airport to your hotel
  • Points of Interest to be selected by Winners.
  • Destination consultation included
  • Possibilities to be selected from Tour Guide Videos

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Who: Hawai'i Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour?

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Your dream come true... One out of 250 chance for Hawai'i… VW Camper!

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  • One out of 250 chance to Win a once in a lifetime Hawai'i Adventure.
  • Winners agree photos and videos during VW Camper Island Tour Guide could possibly be used for 'Tiny Home Hawai'i on HGTV

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  1. Fair Trade Memberships, for every 15 Fair Trade Memberships you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.
  2. Tiny Home Sisterhood, for every 15 Tiny Home Sisterhood Memberships you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.
  3. Soundtrack, for every 15 Soundtracks you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.
  4. Tiny Home General Store, for every 15 Tiny Home General Store you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.
  5. Paperchase Café Magazine, for every 12 Paperchase Café Magazine you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.

  6. Do It Yourself Kit, for every 7 Do It Yourself Kit you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.

  7. Tiny Home Resource Directory, for every 7 Tiny Home Resource Directory you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.

  8. Tiny Homes of Hawai'i book, for every 7 Tiny Homes of Hawai'i book you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.

  9. Design Consultation, for every 4 Design Consultation you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.

  10. Pallet Bracing System, for every 4 Pallet Bracing System you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.

  11. Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour, for every 2 Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour you social market you get One of the 250 Gift Awards for Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour.

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What: Hawai'i Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour?

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One out of 250 chance to win VW Camper Island Tour Guide, a once in a lifetime Hawaiian Adventure on Big Island for $175 (for 2 people)

What

One out of 250 chance to win VW Camper Island Tour Guide, a once in a lifetime Hawaiian Adventure on Big Island for $175 (for 2 people)

  • R/T Airfare from Major Airport to Kona, Hawaii for two (2)
  • Gift Award air travel voucher not to exceed $1,000 per person INCLUDED
  • Up to $1,000 R/T Airfare voucher per roundtrip ticket per person
  • Airfare Travel Winners will also get a free 3 day "Island Tour" by Robert John Cook in a VW Camper
  • As a token of our appreciation we will send you the "Surfing Tours" VW Bus towel.
  • Experience a very unique island adventure.

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Why: Hawai'i Airfare & 3 Day VW Camper Island Tour?

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One out of 250 Chance to Win VW Camper Island Tour Guide, a once in a lifetime Hawaiian Adventure on Big Island for $175 (for 2 people)

Why

The purpose of quantity 250 Gifts of $175 each is to fundraise for Start-Up of the Tiny Home Sisterhood’s presentation of ‘Tiny Home Hawai'i’ to HGTV

  • Your Gift Award of $175 is used to purchase a VW Camper for the use in the Tiny Home Sisterhood’s presentation to HGTV for the weekly HGTV television show ‘Tiny Home Hawai’i’
  • Activate Tiny Home Sisterhood - build Tiny Homes
  • Help Female Veterans/Mothers in need
  • Help Single Moms with Housing
  • Help Homelessness
  • Give women a "One Hand Up" - not a hand out
  • Their participation will be building Tiny Homes using wooden pallets
  • Recycling over abundance of wooden pallets, helping to clean up our environment
  • Giving women Purpose and Self Worth
  • Promoting and Educating organic farming
  • Providing Self-Reliance

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Jeannie Rasmussen introduces Robert John Cook, Author of Optimistic Vibe

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Jeannie Rasmussen

How exciting would it be to WIN a lifetime experience?

A win-win opportunity to support a cause and to win a trip to Big Island Hawaii.  Maybe be gifted back with airfare for two and a VW Camper Island Tour.

But, first what sets up apart from the rest of the U.S. offering their pleas and requests for donations?  Why would you want to consider a gift to us?

Because we have a cause, a purpose and a plea for you help.  It has to do with the first commandment "to love one another".
Because we have mothers without homes, we have U.S. Military Veterans that are homeless and because we have a state; the state of Hawaii that needs our help with the environment. 

I know there are a lot of loving, compassionate and sincere pleas out there but my hope is that this one resonates with those of you that have a passion to help single moms, single homeless Veterans and care about our environment.

I am saddened when I say in 2014 the United States had 49,433 homeless Veterans.

The no. of women serving in the Military has increased.  Female Veterans have become the fastest growing demographic in American's homeless community.

They struggle to transition to civilian life and a number of them struggle with unemployment and homelessness.

The truth is the public often assumes that homelessness is a problem for individuals rather than families.
It is especially stressful on mothers.  Homeless women Veterans.  Moms that have a difficult time finding someone they can trust to watch their children so they can go to work.

The truth is at this time the V.A. has no childcare services to speak of.

Big Island Hawaii alone reported in 2015 a total of almost 8000 homeless individuals.

I am so excited to share with you a way to help single mothers, homeless Veterans and the environment PLUS win a trip to Kona, Big Island Hawaii.

We will offer 250 tickets at $175. each and for your gift you will receive a chance to win two airline vouchers, up to but not to exceed $1,000 dollars --- yes, TWO AIRLINE VOUCHERS plus you will receive a three day, two night VW Camper Island tour.

Our need: is to generate revenue that will be for the purchase of a VW Camper and funds to build a model tiny home.

Our goal:  is to employ a mother in need for the help needed to build tiny homes, to pull a model tiny home around the island for HGTV.  To utilize and recycle the discarded wooden pallets into tiny homes.

One of the hardest things to do is to put yourself in the shoes of another, like a single mom or a homeless Veteran.

But, when you "give" - when you can share with those less fortunate -- well, something inside of us can begin to stir.  You may not see it, but, I' pretty sure you'll begin to feel something wonderful, almost magical knowing you have impacted the life of someone in need.

It was with the vision of a friend that saw the need to recycle and keep our environment free from waste.  Everything on the island is shipped in and the over-abundance of wooden pallets is truly "excessive". 

If there is a way to recycle the wooden pallets it would also be a way to employ women in need of work and in need of shelter. 

Tiny Home Sisterhood is just that --- their mission is serving humanity for the purpose of showing compassion and love for one another by believing in themselves, proving self-reliance and becoming productive in society again.

WHAT CAN YOU DO????

You can support this cause with a gift of $175. and our gift back to you is the chance to win a trip to Kona, Big Island Hawaii PLUS you get a three day, two night guided island tour in a VW Camper.

Go to our website; optimisticvibe.com - you can find information on the VW Camper tour and you will also find on the shopping cart an opportunity to become a member of optimisticvibe.com for just $25.

I urge you to help make a difference -- be the difference.

Blessings for your kindness.


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Optimistic Vibe: Social Architecture of Self-Reliance

Preface

Welcome, to Optimistic Vibe. Many thanks to the Small Business Development Centers of the University of Massachusetts, and the University of Hawai’i, after five years we have re-designed today’s common Business Model. The social experiment called Optimistic Vibe is to illustrate Self-Reliance as the re-designed Business Model.

Optimistic Vibe brings a positive shift, positive energy being applied to making the world a better place through an intelligent, and self-reliant community. A proven concept of Self-Reliance that dates back five hundred native years to my ancestral origin of my eleven generations ago grandfather Iyanough of Wampanoag Nation, and my twelve generations ago grandfather William Brewster of the Pilgrim social movement. My two ancestors met at Plymouth Rock and instilled a sense of care for the individual, environment, and community.

Four hundred years following my ancestors uniting on the foundation that would later become America, the amazing son of Robert F. Kennedy, Maxwell, found inspiration in my beliefs of a better America. Max’s belief in me raised my courage and confidence. I quickly got to work on my book, Optimistic Vibe, as a memorial to my brother, David.

David and I were raised by our single mother, a hard worker who never earned more than minimum wage. Our single mother struggled with fear of criticism in the small New England fishing village we lived in. When our mother was in fear David and I were in fear, fear of being homeless, fear being without food, with no place to turn for help. A mother’s fear goes right through the mother into the child. I was that child. The severe child abuse I received from my father was pale in comparison to the fear I absorbed from my mother’s social challenges. No child should live with fear that transcends from a mother being socially challenged. My beautiful mother’s fear haunts me to this day.

For my mother’s eightieth birthday I worked with the Small Business Development Centers of the University of Massachusetts, and the University of Hawai’i, to apply Social Architecture to address the needs of single mothers in need. The social experiment addressing Oppression of Women called ‘Optimistic Vibe’ is the result, the Tiny Home Sisterhood is the starting point.

Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader’s running mate, the brilliant woman Winona LaDuke, said during a speech "We don't want a bigger piece of their pie. We want a different pie." My mother would agree with Winona LaDuke, adding we don’t want a Hand Out, we simply need a Hand Up.

The Tiny Home Sisterhood is the answer to Winona LaDuke’s intelligent perspective of calling for a ‘Different Pie’. America currently has an estimated 13.6 million single mothers raising over roughly 21 million children. Addressing their needs, the Tiny Home Sisterhood is one small experiment as the ‘Different Pie’… pro-positive Social Architecture addressing their Self-Reliance needs.

The Tiny Home Sisterhood’s hallmark of Self-Reliance is but one characteristic that approximately 12% of today’s population, glorious forward thinkers, international in scope, unified in innovative heart… features that define Social Architecture. Those that are focused on Self-Reliance with heart to help make the world a better place, give Self-Reliance, are visionary, and have real dreams of building real rainbows that hold tremendous sustainable ideas to make things better. Independent, but connected in scope, those that believe in Self-Reliance are stretching their arms excitingly to gather hands around the world, making the world flat once again, using technology with unlimited freedom to be as innovative and bold as to inspire creativity by honoring passion. They dream without borders.

From research for this book, I found a common theme embedded in my ancestor’s sustainability for the community they served, held as its core value, Self-Reliance for the person, environment, and community is the measurement of social worth. Similarly, the Tiny Home Sisterhood is following the same ancestral formula. Those involved in the Social Architecture that has resulted in the formation of the Tiny Home Sisterhood are passionate and brilliant pioneers, focused on living with tremendous vibrancy, at an operating frequency most of us can only dream about, living larger than life, productive through their vision and dedication to make things better, pure positive energy they are.

While researching over the last five years through the Small Business Development Centers of the University of Hawai'i and University of Massachusetts, I have met with thousands of you, from every country, culture, and sustainable perspective. You are applying innovative creativity to make things better, creating a better way, a new way, propelling us into the Next Age, an age of Evolution: You are Social Architecture. Hats off to you, people of Social Architecture are positive energy with Self-Reliance. You are heroes.

These amazing heroes are not interested in changing, judging, nor controlling anything, on the contrary, they are only interested in unselfishly applying their unlimited positive energy to make things better. And to their merit they will, not because their intention to make things better is directed by some political force, but instead because throughout our history there have been many small handfuls of positive people prompting many types of worldwide social movements, all driven by inspiring social need.

The inspiration for today is a social movement for the Next Age: Social Architecture. Formed from the energy of many positive people around the world working toward delivering goodness to the people with Self-Reliance to the overwhelming number of brothers and sisters struggling with a myriad of social challenges, to overcome an ailing environment, and realign our distrusting community so people are no longer treated as machines.

The new social movement toward Social Architecture follows the social movement that shifted us from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age, the social movement that nudged us from the Iron Age into the Renaissance Age, the social movement that sent us from the Renaissance Age to the Reformation Age, and the social movement that delivered the Industrial Age. Today’s exciting social movement towards the Next Age: Social Architecture is occurring now because 12% of society has globally decided that a new idea should replace an old idea.

Why?

Beginning about the year 1720 the Industrial Age built machines to increase productivity, and soon people were treated like machines with time clocks and performance measurements related to pay and job security, from this 28% of Americans 'hate’ their job, not dislike, but rather 'hate’. Roughly one quarter of the working population spend each day 'hating’ their workday, day in day out, working to obtain a paycheck they will trade for more and more of the stuff they make at a job they 'hate’ daily. As for the environment, the Industrial Age destroyed delicate ecosystems. Community? The Industrial Age consumed entire traditional cultures.

Over a period of two hundred and fifty years the Industrial Age’s purpose of convincing people to compete in acting like machines has created a work, earn, spend cycle that has fed greed, from which today the 200 wealthiest people in the world have an annual income that exceeds the 2.5 billion poorest people of the world. This machine/person, productivity/greed scenario is not sustainable and the Industrial Age is hence coming to a close, as witnessed in the loss of manufacturing over the last few decades, in the social shift of trust in Wall Street and Washington, etc. However, the times they are a changing, the world is promisingly shifting toward Social Architecture, making the world a better place because technology is linking their positive energy one shining star connecting with one shining star at a time, soon technology will connect all stars and the bright light will propel their beautiful social movement.

The Industrial Age has built and produced our infrastructure, meaning the Industrial Age served its purpose of 'advancing’ humankind so we could prepare for the exciting new social movement, but the old methods from the Industrial Age no longer fit today’s needs. For example, addressing today’s need to repair the Industrial Age’s subsequent environmental impact demands innovative non-Industrial Age thinking. We can’t use old thinking on fixing new challenges. Albert Einstein said it best: “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.”

The Bronze Age didn’t end because we ran out of bronze, and the Iron Age didn’t end because we ran out of iron, much the same holds true that the Industrial Age will not end because we ran out of industrial needs, but rather, the Industrial Age is coming to a close because its methods are unsustainable. Simply put, the mission of the Industrial Age was to focus on building machines, with the dollar as a measurement of productivity, an unsustainable practice. Evidence is seen when we focus on machinery and a dollar as a priority rather than focusing on the person as a priority social depression is the result, i.e., socially depressed people lose trust in Wall Street and financial institutions collapse as was the case in 2008, socially depressed people lose hope in politicians and don’t vote, and among socially depressed people social apathy replaces personal interest.

A sustainable world, compared to an industrial world, requires thinking differently toward the person, our environment, and our sense of community. A return to people, not machines, as our inspiration to support by joining in the encouragement of a handful of innovative thinkers with an optimistic vibe around the globe making the world a better place. The creative genius creating a better world through imaginative systems that nurture collaboration across every conceivable boundary with a core value where Self-Reliance for the person, environment, and community are the measurement of worth.

These thinkers with an optimistic vibe are not, nor do they have to be, CEO’s or presidents, nor any other ‘prestigious’ title, on the contrary, the creative genius that will make the world a better place are not flag wavers, nor those out for political gain. They are simple folks, advocates dedicated to advancing the person, sharing advocacy through awareness on environmental concerns, and lucky for us they wear their heart on their sleeve regarding care for our community. They are demographically only 12% of our population, varying in age, size, and beliefs, but they are incredibly strong, extremely intelligent, and wonderfully determined, and they are beginning to organize in numbers.

We are open-minded folks like you and I, goodhearted people dedicated to problem solving versus finger pointing, dedicated to positive energy versus negative, Pro-Positive. We are advocates as demonstrated in our peaceful advocacy to raise awareness on a host of social concerns. We are a social movement called Optimistic Vibe, creative thinkers making the world a better place by sharing a common motto as our important advocacy.

We have a strategy, and if you are one of the creative people out to help make the world a better place with an optimistic vibe, this book is dedicated to you. Thank you for joining the Tiny Home Sisterhood.

With love, and Aloha,

Robert John Cook

Social Architecture

Social Architecture is the harmonious integration of the people, environment, and community in a sustainable way for a secure place for living things on this earth

Social Architecture is the use of people, environment, and community as the basis for designing integrated systems of a practical, creative approach to the challenges of diminishing resources and threatened global environmental and cultural crises we now face.

Social Architecture addresses the way we live on this planet in a graceful and healthy way where the elements interact in mutually beneficial ways to produce a whole which is greater than the sum of its parts.

Social Architecture is a philosophy of working with, rather than against nature; of protracted and thoughtful observation rather than protracted and thoughtless labor; of looking at all life and Nature in all their functions, rather than treating any area as a single-product system.

Social Architecture gives witness to present concern, and builds a beneficial future legacy.

Social Architecture is an ethical design tool, creating sustainability through the integration of diversity, stability, and resilience in culturally-sound, ecologically-sound, economically-viable human environments.

Social Architecture is a world-wide movement of designers, teachers, and grassroots advocates working to advance people, environment, and community.

Social Architecture is the ethical and holistic foundation for sustainable culture, environment, and community.

Social Architecture is a body of knowledge susceptible to learning and teaching, a way of organizing knowledge, connecting systems that integrate diverse experiences and resources.

Social Architecture is an innovative science that balances community development with ecological sensitivity.

Social Architecture is a natural ally to an organic approach to caring for people, environment, and community development.

Social Architecture integrates the human community into Nature’s design, a design providing us spiritual fulfillment within a balanced and healthy cultural, environment, and strengthened community.

Social Architecture is the use of people, environment, and community as the basis for utilizing technology for community development with an ethic of caring for the earth and interacting with the environment in mutually beneficial ways.

Social Architecture is to create abundance.

Social Architecture works with natural forces to create productive people, environment, and community.

Social Architecture is a way of designing and living sustainably by cooperating with Nature.

Social Architecture is a paradigm shift.

Social Architecture is addressing the way we live on this planet in a graceful and healthy way, respecting the plants & animals around us, and leaving Mother Earth in a more productive and healthier state than we found it.

Social Architecture is a way of life dedicated to making the world a better place.


12 Features of Social Architecture

1. The future is being enjoyed today by a rapidly growing number practicing Social Architecture to make the world a better place around the world. They have an optimistic vibe of Self-Reliance to demonstrate to others a peace, harmony, and thankfulness that fosters a balance among all humans, all plant life, and to all living entities.

2. Those that practice Social Architecture around the world live with love in our hearts and we walk an honest path in our life to demonstrate Real Transparency. We believe Dalai Lama was right: “A lack of transparency results in distrust and a deep sense of insecurity.” Real Transparency works best!

3. Social Architecture believes Giving is the Greatest Reward we will ever receive. In return, we receive in return for Giving the respect of Self that fits nicely with our passion to make the world a better place.

4. Social Architecture is the truth we seek is present-moment awareness of the love we give, and cherish. By practicing present-moment awareness in our workplace we enjoy the optimistic vibe of harmony, which makes for an AMAZING team:)

5. From being humble, those practicing Social Architecture are creating the platform for understanding all our relations, our simple humility allows us to be equal to others as one. In practice, we call this One Hand Up, back in the Industrial Age this was called a job.

6. Join us as we explore the future of Social Architecture and build and share together. A place of community enjoying Courage to go back 400 Native Years to a time of Seven Teachings passed down from Elder to Elder for many generations around the world, delivering goodness to others, a courageous manner that allows us to live larger than Fear, allowing us to reach beyond what might seemingly be obstructions.

7. Social Architecture is respect for the creative genius that opened the doors for us to follow in their footsteps, they taught us that passion will lead us to our purpose when we believe with everything we’ve got. Vincent Van Gogh added, “…such passion is spiritual in calling”. We invite you to join us in believing in your passion to make the world a better place.

8. Join Social Architecture by awakening the new world with the platform of tools for Empowerment, Passion, and Confidence.

9. Around the world, Social Architecture is awakening the new world with the platform of tools for reaching inside ourselves to empower our Oneness with Nature.

10. Standing in number, and with Social Architecture from their heart, we are awakening the new world with the platform of tools for empowering our journey of evolving wellness.

11. Join us and bring your vision for a better world, Social Architecture is awakening the new world with the platform of tools for utilizing your creativity to empower your Self-Reliance to conquer your Fears.

12. We are global and circling the planet, belong to amazing people with amazing projects awakening the new world with the platform of tools for empowering ourselves to join in with universal positive energy around the world. We are awakening the new world with the platform of tools through re-invented employment practices based on empowerment of passion.

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Tiny Home Sisterhood is building the home you long to go home to... someplace we have never been - a place half-remembered and half-envisioned we can only catch glimpses of from time to time. We invite you to join our journey of triumph through empowerment.

Community. The Tiny Home Sisterhood is building home... where people to whom we can speak with passion without having the words catch in our throats. Our approach to building our Community is balance and renew ourselves by reconnecting with life's simple pleasures.

The Tiny Home Sisterhood is building a circle of hands that will open to receive us, eyes will light up as we enter, voices will celebrate with us whenever we come into our own power. We invite you, near and far, to belong to the confidence we can give each other.

Community means strength that joins our strength to do the work that needs to be done. The Tiny Home Sisterhood believes, as sisters united, 'There is no such thing as hard work, we just do what we gotta do'.

Arms to hold us when we falter. The Tiny Home Sisterhood is 'One Hand Up' building the platform of resources and tools for us, our children, and our children's children.

A circle of healing. The Tiny Home Sisterhood is our opportunity to evolve and grow. Our circle of healing is our Fire Circle of Life... join us and celebrate 'Music For The People'. You are going to love it!

A circle of friends. The Tiny Home Sisterhood is a gathering of sisters in need of community, environment, and opportunity. We invite you to join our 'Circle of Friends'.

The Tiny Home Sisterhood is building our place where we can be free. We would like to fair trade with you for a tool you have for a beautiful offering we have. The fair trade offering is if you purchase our delightful book 'Tiny Homes of Hawai'i' and enjoy our colorful photo-journal blog each week as we develop footage our national television show on HGTV.

6 Ways To Love Self-Reliance

6 Ways To Live Self-Sustainability

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You & Giving and Reward are the Same?

In Search of… You & Giving and Reward are the Same?

In search of a positive energy star with a vision that matches How-To Tiny Home Hawai’i delivering a One Hand Up opportunity to a single mother with children in need, understanding her needs and through One Hand Up putting in place the opportunity for confident growth for Oprah for our film documentary, guide the public in understanding what One Hand Up is, and demonstrate in front of the camera, at How-To Tiny Home Hawai’i presentations, your pride for the service of empowerment that One Hand Up delivers to women in need. Location: Must live in Hawai’i, or willing to relocate. If you know of someone, please SHARE.  Apply Online>