Social scientists have the concept of “social capital.” What does it refer to?
Business journalist Will Kenton defines it:
“The term social capital refers to a positive product of human interaction. The positive outcome may be tangible or intangible and may include useful information, innovative ideas, and future opportunities. It can be used to describe the contribution to an organization’s success that can be attributed to personal relationships and networks, both within and outside an organization. It can also be used to describe the personal relationships within a company that help build trust and respect among employees, leading to enhanced company performance.” (1)
The relationships, the trust, the caring, the connectedness that come from one person helping, serving, or in other ways assisting another is what social capital is.
It’s intangible. It grows out of personal/interpersonal interaction.
Here’s a video illustrating a child building social capital:
4-yr-old “President Austin” Perine Feeds the Hungry
Click on graphic to watch video
Why am I mentioning this? Because we don’t have to wait for the Reval to work at building social capital or elevating our collective consciousness.
If we all followed President Austin’s example and made sandwiches and drinks for people in the poorer areas of town, the homeless, and whoever else might be short of food, that would elevate the vibration and result increasing the community’s social capital.
Actions as simple as President Austin’s are what can begin to rebuild connections in our society.
And with so many cities under siege from hired thugs and vandals, we’ll need to rebuild our cities’ social capital.
All notions like social distancing, isolation/quarantine, masking, etc., erode social capital. We’re going to have to rebuild that sense of community and connection. But the rising energies on the planet, I think, will make it easier and easier to do as time goes on.
I think the deep state planned matters to dissolve our sense of community and connectedness. Divide and conquer has always been their strategy. Nothing has done that so well as the pandemic.
So now we need to go out of our ways to rebuild social capital. Acts of generosity and service are one excellent way of doing it.
(1) Will Kenton, “Social Capital,” Investopedia, Jun 14, 2019, at https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/socialcapital.asp