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The following outline is the basic structure of the culture shared by core members of Worldwide Nation. There are no mandates for participation, but only suggestions as we all strive to become the best versions of ourselves. You may use the menu to the right for navigation.

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1.  Social Organization


     Worldwide Nation is a social community in which                               participation and membership is offered to individuals,                   families, and groups of all nationalities, ethnicity, heritage,               traditions, and religions.

     It is our organizational goal to establish membership                       representation in every major region throughout the                         world in effort to create and develop a global culture that               embraces the common values of love, compassion, honor,             and respect; but not to replace or in any way discourage or             diminish the existing cultures of a community.

     Organization Officers and Selected Members perform daily             tasks and plan for future events. Employees and Volunteer             Members are given assignments to complete within their                 local communities but under the direction of Officers. 

2.  Customs & Tradition

     Worldwide Nation prides itself on having an organizational             culture that includes elements that were drawn from the                 best of surrounding cultures. It is not our intention to claim             that our chosen customs are better or superior to others, so           it becomes important to know that our choice and adoption           of customs and tradition is based solely on the premise that           it fits the specific agenda of our organization; to help people           become the greatest version of themselves and be                           compassionate to others. 

     Grand Harmony Feast, June 21st, is the day we celebrate the           plural heritage of the world by either preparing meals for               our families and friends, featuring recipes made in the                     tradition of cultures not our own, or by sharing this meal                 with people of these cultures. We also take time to enjoy                 various forms of art, literature and entertainment from                   around the world. This is done to encourage greater love                 and appreciation for one another opposed to fear and                     prejudice.

     Our diet primarily consists of plant based foods but with                 very specific allowances of meat if so desired. We also try to           follow certain rules about food portions and caloric intake.             These suggestions and restrictions are for active adults who           exercise regularly and intend to maintain a healthy balance             of muscle and fat, avoid problems with digestion, and                       eliminate harmful parasites and infections.


        1) As much as possible, eat raw fruits and vegetables. But,                  keep in mind that some foods are not easily digested                        without cooking, like mushrooms and asparagus which                    should not be eaten raw. Develop a habit of researching                  proper methods of preparing foods if you are not aware.

        2) The average man should eat 2,500 calories per day and                     the average woman should eat 2,000 calories. If your                       desire is to lose weight, you should reduce your daily                       caloric intake by 500 in order to safely lose 1 pound per                   week.

        3) Consume 0.8 - 0.9 grams of protein per pound of body                     weight. So if a man weighs 150 pounds, he should eat                       approximately 135 grams of protein each day. And, since                 each gram of protein contains 4 calories, that means he                   should aim to eat 540 calories of protein in a day (about                   20% of his diet). But, be mindful that the body cannot                       properly digest more than 1 gram of protein per pound of               body weight. Any excess protein is converted into waste                   products and fat, and not muscle. This can cause stress                   on the kidneys. So it is important to follow the                                   suggested guidelines.

        4) 50% of your diet should be carbohydrates, including                        fruits, vegetables, and grains. 30% should come from                        foods with healthy fats like olive oil, avocado, nuts, and                    seeds. But, try to avoid soy products as well as "vegetable                oils". Excessive soy consumption can cause the body to                    create an improper amount of estrogen which can lead to

            serious health issues for both men and women.

        5) Drink 2 liters of spring water every day. Drink more                          depending on the intensity of sweat when you exercise,                  your size, and the level of heat in your climate. But, you                    should never drink more than 1 liter within an hour. This                can be fatal. Your servings of water should be distributed                as follows:


             a. Two glasses when you first wake up (before eating) 

             b. One glass 30 minutes before each meal to aid digestion

             c.  One glass just before going to sleep

        6) Avoid sugar, dairy, and caffeine if possible.

        7) If you choose to eat meat, we suggest following the                          Hebrew traditions of the Israelites and Muslims, known                    as Kashrut (Kosher) and Halal respectively. In summary                    that means eating animals that are treated and killed in                  a humane way, acknowledging and giving thanks to The                  Creator Spirit (God) as the animals are slaughtered,                          eating less than three hours after cooking, and only                          eating animals with the following conditions:

            Animals that have split hooves and chew cud (must be                      both), birds that are not scavengers or have webbed feet,                fish that have both scales and fins, no shellfish or other                    sea creatures, no reptiles or amphibians, no insects                          except for locusts or those that crawl on four legs and                      hop like grasshoppers

            Examples of animals permitted for consumption:

            cows, goats, sheep, chickens, turkey, pigeons, quail,                          salmon, flounder, mackerels, crickets

            Examples of animals not permitted:

            pigs, dogs, camels, horses, eagles, hawks, gulls, owls,                        ducks, bats, shrimp, lobster, squid, spiders, worms, flies   


     Conservation of energy and resources is of great                               importance. We believe that conservation allows you to                   have more available when it is truly needed. This concept               can be applied to saving money and spending only as much           as necessary, growing and harvesting food in proper                         amounts that don't cause waste, utilizing the earth's natural           resources wisely, and even being mindful about how energy           in the human body is used. Considering that everything is               energy, it can be beneficial to use conservation to our                       advantage.

     Giving to those in need is something Worldwide Nation                   values as essential to creating a compassionate human                   experience. Many people believe money is always the most             effective way to give. But our philosophy is that it's best to               assess each situation to determine what form of giving is                 actually necessary to solve a problem. Sometimes it may be           best to provide people with other means of sustaining                     themselves so that a problem no longer exists. In doing this           we aim to create efficiency instead of dependency. An initial           gift of funding may be beneficial, but using funds to provide           labor, service, and development can often make a greater               impact in making improvements in a community. So, we                   believe in giving according to the situation.

3.  Language & Symbols

     English is the official language of Worldwide Nation simply             because of its commonality and widespread use throughout           the world.

     Worldwide Nation is nicknamed, Kingdom Earth, reflecting             our goal to establish a culture that rules the entire                             world with love, honor, and respect

     The official colors of Worldwide Nation are blue, green,                   orange, gold, and silver/white. Below are descriptions of                 what each color symbolizes:

     Blue -  Truth and loyalty

     Green -  Hope, joy, and loyalty in love

     Orange - Worthy ambition

     Gold - generosity and elevation of the mind

     Silver/white - peace and sincerity

     Our motto is, "Omnia pro bono": for the good of all things.

     Notable symbols used by Worldwide Nation:

     Pegasus: Poetic genius and inspiration

     Swan: Poetic harmony and learning or lover thereof; light,              love, grace, sincerity, perfection

     Harp: Well-composed person of tempered judgment;                       contemplation; mystical bridge between Heaven and Earth

     Laurel leaves: Peace and triumph

     Chevron: Protection; builders or others who have                               accomplished some work of faithful service

     The Official Worldwide Nation Coat of Arms


     The Official Anthem of Worldwide Nation

     "Love and Admiration"

     (Written and Composed by Augustus H. Carter Jr.)

       © 2022, High Vibe Entertainment

     Adam Black Publishing (ASCAP)





     The Official Flag of Worldwide Nation, Inc., "Divine Will"


Worldwide Nation may use certain phrases and slogans to help identify members as well other people who may have been    exposed to our philosophies. They are also used as branding        and marketing tools.

        1) Good Arts & Good Life

        2) High Vibe Society

        3) Kingdom Earth

        4) Love Is God Is Love

        5) We Eat to Live

        6) Push the Power Button

        7) Building Culture Is Building Life

        8) Nine-Point Life

        9) Group Share​

        10) UP: Raise the Energy

4.​  Arts & Literature

     Worldwide Nation promotes education and performance in           the Cultural Arts as a way to appreciate and preserve plural             heritage throughout the world.

5.  Spirituality


     Worldwide Nation does not have an official religion. Instead           we recognize all religions as human effort to understand                 and commune with The Creator Spirit (God). It is not our                 agenda to debate over what religious groups are right or                 wrong. We feel it's more advantageous for us all to learn                 from each other, grow with each other, pray together, and               show love to one another despite differences in ideology or           belief.

     Worldwide Nation has developed a basic set of principles                 called, Nine-Point Life that outlines our spiritual philosophy.           These are ideas that can be shared by people of all faiths                 and unite us with a sense of commonality. Please download           and enjoy.

     Nine-Point Life.pdf

     We believe in the ultimate freewill of mankind to make                     choices and experience the advantages or consequences                 accordingly. But we encourage everyone to continuously                 learn, seeking knowledge and wisdom in order to become               the best possible version of themselves.

6.  Government

     Worldwide Nation has a Monarch form of government with             appointed Officials​ (Directors) who carry out                                       departmentalized duties as instructed.

7.  Economy

     Our economic beliefs...

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