Author: Safiyyah

The Native Borne Village

We created a forum where people can engage with each other directly on our website. This was always part of the plan, it just took longer than expected to create.

Forums have less spam, are easier to moderate, and are better at searching archives and storing information.

Unfortunately, Facebook groups put content on top of content so you can’t see what has been asked or what the responses were to a particular question. 

Moreover, conversations are subjected to the whims of whatever the Facebook algorithm says, so you may or may not see content from the group. 

(Plus, unlike Facebook, and even WhatsApp, we don’t sell your data. The Native Borne Village is a clean-cut community site.

So, what you can expect with the Village. 

Topics categorize our Forum; people follow the topics they are interested in and create a thread of discussions. There is no concept of followers and followings in a forum, But you can subscribe to topics or threads that interest you.

In addition to the Forum, we have built our own social network where you can gain followers and friends. You can post updates on your feed, post comments, like the comments of others, and so on.

So basically, the Native Borne Village consists of a private forum and a private social network.

Also, We will be offering fun rewards based on your engagement within the community (coming soon). This is a fantastic way to reward our most loyal contributors. 

So why have we created a forum? Well, there are a few reasons for this. For one, this Forum was created as an extension of our Patreon website.

Our Forum will help our tribe build real relationships with people just like them. The Forum is troll-free, filled with positive vibes, and created as an authentic organized discussion-based platform. Members can post photos, make friends, find travel buddies, explore potential relationships, and engage in various deep and thoughtful conversations. 

We are slowly migrating away from Patreon and are using The Native Borne Village to replace it.

Our slow migration away from Patreon is for a couple of reasons:

1) We prefer a private monthly membership on a platform that we have 100% control over. 

2) We want the option to offer free trials, coupons, private lessons for individual members, and whatever else. 

 But most importantly, the vibrant, easy-to-organize community/forum of our new platform will offer much more engagement.

Because of the number of questions and comments we get through our email and social media platforms, it has also been challenging for us to respond to everyone. So, we needed to find a way to help our tribe get their questions answered, and for them to be able to help others as well. That’s what a community is all about. We’re all here to help each other reach a common goal of Family, Freedom, and Happiness.

We have been working on our new Social Network for some months. Both of us wanted to create a space where we could form a real bond with our tribe while connecting them with other people around the world as well.

Check our Forum  www.nativebornevillage/subscriptions

Here, you’ll be able to ask/answer questions and engage with people more easily.

We hope to see you on the other side. Let’s fill our forums up with engaging and positive conversations. Peace!

Join People All Over The World

We are open-minded and eager to explore new ideas!

Thank you for joining the tribe of Family, Freedom, Happiness advocates. We purposefully created this community so all of us can have a safe place to come together over similar interests. Whether it is travel, relationships, fun activities, friendships, business tips, etc.

We can only grow and develop when we maintain an open mind. It is important for us to consider new ideas and perspectives. We want this to be an open and curious group of thought-leaders. We are always interested in learning more.

Get ready to have conversations with others who view the world differently than you do. These are wonderful opportunities for us to learn and expand our perspective.

“I learn little when I only listen to people that share my viewpoints.”

Many people are only interested in reinforcing what they believe. They ignore others that have a different perspective. I am the opposite. I like it when I am challenged.

I am always excited to learn something new. This allows me to grow twice as fast. I am interested in personal growth more than always having to be correct.

Today, join the conversation! Ask questions, begin a thread, and meet new people from all over the globe. Come in peace, be open-minded and eager to explore new ideas.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. Do I have any beliefs that I am uncertain about? What are they?
  2. Whom do I know that views the world very differently than I do? What can I learn from them?
  3. What books can I read that have a different viewpoint than I do?