The Constitution of Vera
Core Values We are Built On
- Relentless Self-Improvement – Improve yourself and your work, gradually overtime. Aim for slow and steady growth. Go for quick wins, do not believe in the words of someone who claims “massive growth” in a short amount of time. That philosophy is ultimately unsustainable.
- Honor Your Ability to Create – Create something new, or add something to an existing creation each and every day. Our lives are temporary, but what we create can exist for many years beyond us. Moreover, that creative energy represents that idea that we existed, we moved the world forward, we were conscious.
- Enjoying the Fruits of Life – A life of pure work is robotic. We must rest and seek inspiration for new growth else where from time to time. Food, travel, and the love from friends and family are among the most basic fruits which we should never fail to savor.
We do not hope that our values and philosophy are right or found to be politely agreeable because we believe it to be the core of any quality human being to live and die by such ideals. Anything less than that is an aborted life – devoid of adventure love, and internal riches.
“Ever since I was a child I have had this instinctive urge for expansion and growth. To me, the function and duty of a quality human being is the sincere and honest development of one’s potential.” – Bruce Lee, Philosopher, Martial Artist
Our mission is to progressively provide the human imagination a machine that can instantly make ideas real. We seek to accelerate creativity and the entrepreneurial spirit. For if our ideas are astronauts, then our purpose is build the rocket that gets them to space.
The enemy of our aim is over-consumption and contented idleness. Lulled back into the dark ages by those who claim supreme rights over the human spirit, we will not be taken in. Instead we resist and strive to bring forth a better world where creativity and the human energy can endure, uncorrupted.
“Our only hope today lies in our ability to recapture the revolutionary spirit and go out into a sometimes hostile world. ” – Martin Luther King Jr.
We are not machines, but we seek to build one.