Philosophy: Holism

Our Philosophy: Holism

Ken Pentel For Governor and Erin Wallace for Lt. Governor Philosophy will focus on the Macro, big picture, or systemic change. If we can enable the whole economy to be focused on healing then we will inherently strengthen the Micro, small, beautiful examples of how people can achieve balance with the planet. We emace holism.

Definition of Holism:

-The view that an organic or integrated whole has an independent reality which cannot be understood simply through an understanding of its parts

-Relating to, or concerned with, wholes or with complete systems rather than with the analysis, treatment, or dissection of parts (e.g., holistic medicine attempts to treat both the mind and the holistic ecology views humans and the environment as a single system).

-Holistic or "wholistic" healing approaches all parts, mental and physical, of the individual, not just the symptoms of a person.

Pentel & Wallace will focus on structural change, and if people ask us about how we plan to approach social policy it will be part of a holistic approach. We strive to restore the habitat that humans are dependent upon, so all living communities are restored and allowed to live in balance with other living systems. First we invest in those that are hurting the most, then the whole condition becomes healthier. We apply this philosophy and practices as the pathway to strength, health, and sustainability.