The Individual and the Model Community

Men and women who are working to solve today's large-scale socioeconomic problems sometimes use a technique called model building. They mentally construct a model of their ideal objective. With this ideal in mind they systematically attack and solve single parts of the problem until all parts fit together and the ideal is achieved operationally.

This is a vastly oversimplified explanation of a problem-solving technique which uses the elaborate resources of modern technology. However, in developing and achieving the ideal community we can draw some useful spiritual parallels.

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