- Systems - LST
- Living Systems Theory is a means of identifying system components within systems. From that it becomes easier to identify needs within the system based on the health of the interactions between subsystems.
- Health Definition
- Defining health often leads to qualitative arguments. In order to establish a stronger methodology to achieve a quantitative analytic I propose that observed and measured levels of stress that leads to system anxiety may be the axial point at which one may derive quantifiable parameters to determine relative levels of health. The ability to identify problems before they increase in size and complexity is important to reducing cost, or preventing undesirable impacts. Increasing overall health of a system and its relationship with surrounding systems may or may not be a desired goal.
- Understanding relative health of the inter-dynamic systems of our existence allows us to see better what we are doing right, and what we are doing wrong. By becoming more intimate with these dynamics, we increase our ability to plan for a healthier future.