The Exceptional Neighborhood

The Exceptional Neighborhood 

The Local Contract 

There is at the core of the American tapestry of diverse cultures, backgrounds, and economic opportunities a fundamental truth.  “America is great because America is good” – this acute observation attributed to the French statesman and philosopher Alexis De Tocqueville in the early 1800‘s.   It is self-evident after a brilliant 240 plus year history that this country, its people, leaders, economic engines, political and judicial systems has produced a mighty country without rival in human history with a people largely bent on producing good works and good communities to bless their families and future generations and lend help to the afflicted.

The Virus of Good Works

We are now involved in expressing many of these fundamental ethics and core values through numerous channels enabled by technology and widening community engagements.   The capacity to embellish the theme of “neighborhood” with tangible financial and moral dynamics is constantly displaying to us how broad our reach and impact can be.   We no longer think just of local needs but at least emotionally allow our hearts to hear the constant drone of universal and global needs.    

The Exceptional Neighborhood 

How we initiate an abundance of good works with influential repercussions in our society and within its institutions is a consideration that receives more attention than ever before thanks to the empowerment of digital and mobile technologies, now expanding human touch via social medias and real-time message alerts.  Due to these increased opportunities for constant contact and chat, we are witnessing powerful exponential engagement strategies and the deepening empowerment of people’s hearts to take action throughout their neighborhoods – locally, nationally and globally – seeking to broaden the reach of neighborly good works and personal values – and to increase those resources required for impacting our neighborhood needs exceptionally.

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