ARCADIA is not a place;
the people who live there are very happy
Our program is simple:
1) Universal Peace;
2) Universal Political Freedom;
3) Universal Religious Freedom;
4) Universal Education;
5) Universal Health;
6) Universal Prosperity;
7) Universal Spiritual Unfoldment.
Whatever we write and say, this program
will always be in the back of our minds.
Surely such a program is Utopian?
We repeat: 'ARCADIA is not a place;
the people who live there are very happy'
There would be no point to life, if happiness
was impossible. There would be no point in building,
if the work could never be achieved. ARCO will cut
the stones that build the arch to ARCADIA.
ARCO is the arc, the rainbow, the arch connecting
the outer to the inner world, the Great Work.
It is also the Arc of Caribbean Islands.
This is idealism without illusions, except maybe
for this one: We refuse to accept the pessimist's
point of view that our program is impossible.
To achieve ARCADIA, method is of crucial importance.
Ends result naturally from the means employed.
Only good means can yield good ends.
The wrong means will inevitably yield bad results.
The means, therefore, are more important than the ends.
ARCO's means and ends are set out in our e-book:
It is good to have an end to journey towards,
but it is the journey that matters in the end.