Brian Tormey


Our biggest problems, I feel, come from our societal structure. We have built our socio/political systems based on commerce and religious preferences. not on what is inside us driving our decisions. Arguably, our brains can handle only around 144 relationships at a time. Building our social structure around our limits and assets as humans would be best. In a community of 12 dozen, everyone can have a functioning relationship in their community and those communities would be organized by the same ratios. Within each community are the resources and relationships to organize help in sustaining the community without much outside assistance. In groups of this size it’s not hard to find and promote talent for representation and organising; this might require less of the law enforcement we have in a more anonymous society. Free enterprise is also one of the best delivery systems and should be evaluated on a smaller, more human scale. We can begin creating ideas

Brian Tormey 
General Manager at Wood Masters Enterprises

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