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Opening Insights: Complacency and Wishful Thinking

First they came for the Jews
and I did not speak out
because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for the Communists
and I did not speak out
because I was not a Communist.

Then they came for the trade unionists
and I did not speak out
because I was not a trade unionist.

Then they came for me
and there was no one left to speak for me.


Judeo-Christian values are quickly being replaced. Principles, morals, values and heritage are all dying out.

Anti-Semitism is out of control around the world. Churches are losing their fellowships, closing down and being replaced with mosques and skyscrapers.

Complacency and wishful thinking will not magically bring them back.

We are being bombarded politically, and even religiously, by many leaders calling for compassion, tolerance and “equality.” Communities across Europe and around the world are becoming more complacent under the guise of compassion and equality. “Sharia law” is becoming increasingly accepted in many traditionally Christian countries (UK, France, Sweden, Germany...). Many Muslims (who came, sought and found refuge in new countries) and liberals appear unaccepting and intolerant of the culture, country and people (Non-Muslims and liberals) who founded and built the country they just entered. They seek to change their hosts.

The first principle of value that we need to rediscover is this:
that all reality hinges on moral foundations.
In other words, that this is a moral universe,
and that there are moral laws of the universe just as abiding as the physical laws.
(from "Rediscovering Lost Values")

Why Judeo-Christian Values are Important?

Those who believe in nothing are very,
very jealous and angry at those who believe in something.


The United States of America is the only country in history to have defined itself as Judeo-Christian. While the Western world has consisted of many Christian countries and consists today of many secular countries, only America has called itself Judeo-Christian. America is also unique in that it has always combined secular government with a society based on religious values.

But what does “Judeo-Christian” mean? We need to know. Along with the belief in liberty — as opposed to, for example, the European belief in equality, the Muslim belief in theocracy, and the Eastern belief in social conformity — Judeo-Christian values are what distinguish America from all other countries. That is why American coins feature these two messages: “In God we trust” and “Liberty.”

Yet, for all its importance and its repeated mention, the term is not widely understood. It urgently needs to be because it is under ferocious assault, and if we do not understand it, we will be unable to defend it. And if we cannot defend it, America will become as amoral as France, Germany, Russia, et al.

First, Judeo-Christian America has differed from Christian countries in Europe in at least two important ways. One is that the Christians who founded America saw themselves as heirs to the Old Testament, the Hebrew Bible, as much as to the New. And even more importantly, they strongly identified with the Jews.

For example, Thomas Jefferson wanted the design of the seal of the United States to depict the Jews leaving Egypt. Just as the Hebrews left Egypt and its values, Americans left Europe and its values (if only those who admire Jefferson would continue to take his advice).

Founders and other early Americans probably studied Hebrew, the language of the Old Testament, at least as much as Greek, the language of the New. Yale, founded in 1701, adopted a Hebrew insignia, and Hebrew was compulsory at Harvard until 1787. The words on the Liberty Bell, “Proclaim Liberty throughout all the land . . . ,” are from the Torah. Vast numbers of Americans took Hebrew names — like Benjamin Franklin and Cotton Mather (kattan in Hebrew means “little one” or “younger”).

The consequences included a strong Old Testament view of the world — meaning, in part, a strong sense of fighting for earthly justice, an emphasis on laws, a belief in a judging, as well as a loving and forgiving, God, and a belief in the chosenness of the Jews which America identified with.

The significance of this belief in American chosenness cannot be overstated.
It accounts for the mission that Americans have uniquely felt called to — to spread liberty in the world.

This sense of mission is why more Americans have died for the liberty of others than any other nation’s soldiers.

It is why those who today most identify with the Judeo-Christian essence of America are more likely to believe in the moral worthiness of dying to liberate countries — not only Europe, but Korea, Vietnam and Iraq. That is why America stands alone in protecting two little countries threatened with extinction, Israel and Taiwan. That is why conservative Americans are more likely to believe in American exceptionalism — in not seeking, as President Bush put it, a “permission slip” from the United Nations, let alone from Europe.

The second meaning of Judeo-Christian is a belief in the biblical God of Israel, in His Ten Commandments and His biblical moral laws. It is a belief in universal, not relative, morality. It is a belief that America must answer morally to this God, not to the mortal, usually venal, governments of the world.

That is why those who most affirm Judeo-Christian values lead the fight against redefining marriage. We believe that a pillar of Judeo-Christian values is to encourage the man-woman sexual and marital ideal, and to provide children with the opportunity to benefit from the unique gifts that a man and a woman give a child, gifts that are never replicable by two men alone or two women.

That is why those who most affirm Judeo-Christian values are unmoved by the idea that the war in Iraq is moral if Germany, France, China and Russia say so, but immoral if they oppose it. We ask first what God and the Bible would say about liberating Iraq, not what Syria and other members of the U.N. Security Council say.

That is why those who most affirm Judeo-Christian values believe that war, while always tragic, is on more than a few occasions a moral duty. Nothing “Judeo” ever sanctioned pacifism. Of course, the Hebrew Prophet Isaiah yearned for the day that nations will beat their swords into plowshares. But another Hebrew Prophet, Joel, who is never cited by those who wish to read the secular value of pacifism into the Bible, said precisely the opposite: “Beat your plowshares into swords and your pruning hooks into spears. Let the weakling say, ‘I am strong!'”

And that is why those who want Judeo-Christian values to disappear from American public life affirm multiculturalism, seek to remove mention of God from all public life, and make Christmas a private, not a national, holiday.

The battle over whether America remains Judeo-Christian or becomes secular like Europe is what this, the Second American Civil War, is about.

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This is a generation that is really detached from the core, human values that lead to dignity.


The problem is systemic – involving all stakeholders within the community, hence we need a systemic solution to address the SYMPTOMS and the CAUSE. Traditional means of preaching Judeo-Christian values are failing and in many cases are turning people away. The problem is:

  • Traditional solutions often preach WHAT TO DO, NOT HOW (the skills) TO DO IT
  • Traditional solutions often do not support a long-term systemic cultural paradigm shift
  • Traditional solutions often fail to overcome the ingrained beliefs that prevent learning and change
  • Traditional solutions often address one area of the problem, not the systemic and cultural causes
  • Traditional solutions often fail to provide long-term measurable programs and data to show large scale change
  • Traditional solutions often address the superficial realities of the problem rather than the ingrained social conditioning
  • Traditional solutions often fail to support effective prevention programs to address the problem before an individual hits crisis point

In our current state of human development it remains unclear whether we will correct one of life's greatest tragedies, namely, the inability to appreciate a blessing until it is lost.

To address these challenges a select group of spiritual leaders and visionaries, organizations, schools and communities are uniting to create a collaborative educational principle-based/value-based platform. They seek to engage people young and old in the discovery of what values are and provide them the choice and free will of NOT WHAT, BUT HOW...

This blog memorializes the developing partnership between AwareComm® and leaders, heroes and visionaries as well as organizations, community groups and educational institutions that value Judeo-Christian values and principles. It encompasses the development of the Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™. Together we aim to provide sustainable, transferable, evidence-based and measurable solutions that benefits all stakeholders, preserving heritage, history and truth. The platform will empower the community with the tools to address the most pressing challenges within the community: loss of values, learning challenges, entitlement, homelessness and addiction.

Informational Insights: United WE STAND

The Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™ unites Judeo-Christian Values, organizations, groups, communities, schools and individuals dedicated to community development and to the reversal of the loss of values, learning challenges, entitlement, homelessness and addiction.

Our goal is to reverse the loss of values by shifting the cultural paradigm. We provide a collaborative platform to empower, engage, inspire and transform people, organizations and communities with:

  • Research/Evidence-Based Approach
  • Readiness and Acceptance of Change
  • Organization and Community Solutions
  • Employment and Job Skills and Opportunities
  • Transformational and Experiential Leaning Platform
  • Mentorship and Volunteer Platform for Apprenticeship
  • Training, Skills and Mentoring to Bridge the School-University-Business Gap
  • Measurable Drug and Alcohol Addiction Solutions, Assessments and Prevention Tools
  • Job and Career Development Resources, Training and Skills to Become Sought-After Workers
  • Business and Family Training and Solutions for Sustained Recovery (Homelessness & Addiction)
  • Collaborative Mentoring Opportunities for Applied Knowledge Transfer™ and Sustained Recovery

Together we seek to provide a sustainable research network for the Judeo-Christian Values, businesses, organizations, educational institutions, communities and countries. Additionally, we seek to research and implement effective education programs – teaching soft skills, unskewed history and critical thinking to boost human intelligence, empower skills development and learn compassion, care, appreciation (value) and awareness of self and others.

  • AwareComm’s Mission is to partner with organizations to identify the roots of the Problems, achieve Answers, and implement sustainable Solutions. We provide a platform, process and environment (Co-Lab™) that empowers people and organizations, while silently reversing the negative impact of technology and social engineering. Social Cultural Responsibility in action! //
  • Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™ Mission is to unite Judeo-Christian Values – introducing people to the lay principles of Judeo-Christian Values in an educational and historical manner, rather than preaching from the Bible. We partner with visionary leaders, heroes, businesses, organizations, educational institutions, communities and individuals to provide education, products and resources to combat the loss of values, learning challenges, entitlement, homelessness and addiction prevalent in our world today. Our goal is to educate people about their history, heritage and legacy Judeo-Christian Values while preserving them. We provide people (young and old) with the principles and choice to decide what their value systems are, the space to collaborate and learn and the tools to walk the path one seeks.

Let’s explore what the Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab is all about…

Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™ Problems – Answers – Solutions

Problems We Seek to Overcome:

  • Loss of values
  • Loss of morals
  • Economic decline
  • Lack of leadership
  • Failing education system
  • Lack of employable labor force
  • Increase in greed and corruption
  • Social unrest, violence and instability
  • Increase in homelessness and addiction
  • Increase in social influence on child rearing
  • Anti-Semitism, religious discrimination and hate
  • Learned/social conditioning due to maladaptive coping styles
  • Increase in learning and behaviors problems (kids and millennials)
  • Social apathy and ignorance of the problems our communities face today – and, if unresolved, children will face tomorrow


  • Unifying and collaborating to address a common problem
  • Shifting the culture paradigm of ethics, morals and values
  • Reversing the effects of the shadow culture (fear-based social conditioning)
  • Providing evidence-based (believable and achievable) solutions for communities (culture)
  • Implementing advanced education, research methodology and analysis
  • Promoting family values and education through PWI Co-Lab™ Outreach (E.A.R.)
  • Implementing a community (business and university) mentorship program – schools, religious institutions, communities homeless, addicts, university students and businesses (Applied Knowledge Transfer™)
  • Publishing, capturing, distributing and measuring effective educational, historical, legacy, value and principle-based courses and classes (teaching how to think)
  • Expanding sustainable sponsorship and funding solutions, resources and partnerships
  • Implementing readiness for change programs – enhance soft skills (for all ages and educational levels), expand business & economic development
  • Providing a measurable, scalable and evidence-based solution to the shortage of talented and skilled labor
  • Researching effectiveness of implementation and mentoring

Solution: Co-Lab™ Process (Platform + Managed Services)

Additionally, the Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™ will utilize AwareComm’s patented PWI Readiness for Change, PWI 5 Dimensions of Discovery and Recovery Process and Applied Knowledge Transfer™ programs. (NOTE: PWI 5 Dimensions of Recovery Process has a 91% proven success rate.)

Co-Labs develop purpose-driven strategic partnerships that link organizations and communities to businesses. Co-Labs provides a path and gateway for vulnerable people to not only get back on their feet, but to survive within a supportive community, while working and learning to earn a living. This process consistently creates strategic partnerships between Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™, Homeless and Recovery Co-Labs™ and Business Communities.

The solution includes Personal, Organizational, Employment and Family resources. All elements include “Readiness for Change” educational courseware and addiction intervention, prevention and aftercare programs. They provide a much needed cultural shift within the homeless community – so they can find value in who they are, rather than what they have come to believe about themselves and the world.

Overview Of The Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™

The Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™ is an app-based platform + process + managed service. The collaborative platform provides the optimum environment to:

Following this process allows for an eco-system of support in which all participants experience unity and empowerment.

The Co-Lab™ platform plus process includes deliverable eModular Apps (eMods™) that support perceptions, thinking and communicating with proven and accepted values, principles and relational models, guiding a project to bring forth a structure for effortless collaboration.

The Co-Lab™ architecture allows us to seamlessly connect and integrate multiple complex platforms into a single eco-system: Communication Tracking, Analytics and Reporting (complete with sentience measurement).

The Executive Co-Lab™ team is being assembled as illustrated below:

Research-Driven: Social Culturally Responsible Projects

The battle to find funding for social projects is becoming increasingly difficult in today’s world. What would it be like to have access to reliable funding sources? What if we could fund research to develop solutions to our social problems that would result in a replicable, transferable, scalable and measurable methodology (packaged and deliverable) that would become:

  • Self-Funding (By Private Donations)
  • Self-Perpetuating (Attraction Based on Proven Success)
  • Self-Regulating (Resulting in Active Membership Contribution)

This approach would attract purpose-driven investors wanting to experience their seed funding, resulting in ongoing benefits capable of becoming self-sustaining after the initial startup phase. Seed not Feed.

Their approach would clearly define:

  • The Problem
  • The Cause of the Problem
  • The Cost of the Problem
    • Socially
    • Individually
  • The Social Benefits of the Planned Outcome to:
    • The Community
    • Individual Participants
  • The Return on Investment (ROI)
    • The Community
    • Individual Participants
  • Research Analytics with Elements of Influence
    • Beginning Sentient
    • Progress Sentient
    • Conclusion Sentient
    • Ongoing Implementation

This solution would enable Social Entrepreneurs to obtain a sustainable Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™.

Solution-Driven: Cultural Development, Sustainability and Research

The replication crisis continues within the social sciences and humanities. To secure funding and support we see a requirement for Educational Models and Social Model programs to produce MEASURABLE RESULTS - EVIDENCE-BASED, REPLICATABLE AND SCALEABLE PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS. We see the need for data science to go beyond algorithms and focus on standardized, scalable and evidence-based program delivery and data collection that reduces confirmation bias and minimizes skewed data.

AwareComm® is revolutionizing the data science world with its patent-pending Sentient Analysis™ data gathering and analysis process. The process incorporates the Socratic Method and copyrighted Relational Models to effectively quantify human behavior – to support and empower rather than manipulate like contemporary data analysis methods.

The sustainability of any project or program relies on research and evidence-based practices. Today, we see the need for data science to go beyond algorithms and focus on how we collect data to ensure confirmation bias is reduced and skewed data minimized.

Encouraging research and development, AwareComm® provides a quick, easy and effective way (see model below) for Co-Labs to get established and funded as research institutes. The model ensures Co-Labs are implemented, funded and sustained through businesses and universities. This symbiotic relationship ensures sustainability of all stakeholders through re-investment and recurring benefits from the partnership.

The Mentoring Component of The Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™

When you walk into the Holocaust Memorial in Washington you read the words of Martin Niemöller:

First they came for the Jews
and I did not speak out
because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for the Communists
and I did not speak out
because I was not a Communist.

Then they came for the trade unionists
and I did not speak out
because I was not a trade unionist.

Then they came for me
and there was no one left to speak for me.

If we do not empower people with the tools to value and respect self and others... we will remain disconnected, divided, deceived and detached. 

To reverse this trend we need to educate, motivate, inspire... IN A TRANSFERABLE, SCALABLE AND MEASURABLE WAY!

Spiritual wisdom, tribal wisdom, training, history, legacy, interventions and programs need to be captured, measured, packaged, published, transferred and shared with the world. It is important that we not only pack and present the content, but transfer the wisdom in a way that it can be applied to the lives of people young and old, near and far.

The Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™ provides a mentorship model that supports Applied Knowledge Transfer™ through transformational and experiential learning. This model also serves to add economic and social benefit to the Judeo-Christian Values, trainers, homeless and addicts and their rights communities and movements worldwide.

Possibilities for Consideration: The Opportunity of Unity

  • What if there was a way to reestablish Judeo-Christian values?
  • What if there was a way to infuse honesty, selflessness, purity of intention and reality (love and trust) back into our communities and businesses?
  • What if there was a community outreach that didn’t preach religion, but taught the skills of how to think, the values of maturity and the principles that form the foundation of Judeo-Christian values?

We all love our community, country and the values that we grew up with and believe in. We all want to see the prosperity return for our country, today and for the generations to come:

  • What if you could be a part of a movement to unite, rebuild and grow Judeo-Christian Values?
  • What if you could be a part of empowering and reversing the crisis of homelessness and addiction in your community?
  • What if you could be a part of securing and sustaining the heritage and legacy of your religion, community and country?
  • What if you could be a part of making your organization, community and country safe, secure and sustainable today and tomorrow?
  • What if you could be a part of a prevention, mentorship and education movement to address social-cultural problems rather than manage them?

Add Your Insight: Living Your Passion…

Let’s start listening. Let’s start giving!

We share a common cause and a community we love.

Let’s unite and restore our community not in words but in action. There are many like us. The question is not why to explore the Judeo-Christian Values Co-Lab™, the question is why not?

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FOOTNOTE of Importance

Our world is experiencing an incredible revolution powered by technology that has used its tools to:

  • deceive the public
  • disrupt tradition
  • divide the people

This has inadvertently resulted in a Fear-based Shadow Culture™ that has hurt many people.
A powerful group of influence has joined together to deliver a proven antidote by shifting from impersonal development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to replace people to utilize AI to empower Human Intelligence (HI).


To Empower The People:


Distraction Junction


What is a Modern Hero?:


We invite Heroes and Visionaries
to explore accessing these powerful methodologies and resources
to achieve their individual visions.

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