Social Center

This world of ours… must avoid becoming a community of dreadful fear and hate, and be, instead, a proud confederation of mutual trust and respect.

-Dwight D. Eisenhower

One person does not make a community. Nor does a group of people that do not interact with each other. Community is defined by a number of people tied together by some commonality. The health of the community is dependent on how well its members interact. Cooperation, and not conflict, is the key to a community’s continued sustainability and growth.

Ultimately that is the goal of PAX Nation, to build a healthy and sustainable community focused on the needs of the many instead of just the few. Thus a key to its success is actually creating resources for the community to interact with each other. This is the beginning of that interaction, a rudimentary social network, which hopefully will blossom into so much more. Here we can find new friends, and find common interests to pursue.

Before we can meet others, we need to establish who WE are. Who do you see when you look in the mirror? Tell us a little about yourself.

There are so many potential friends out there that we may never encounter for all sorts of reasons. One reason that we hope to eliminate is man-made walls, even the invisible kind. Find new friends here.

A community is not just about making friends, but actively pursuing common goals. Find a group you might be interested in.