Inclusivity excludes no one. Every person has a place at the table, no matter who they are or what they may or may not have done. Each is a teacher, healer, guide, mirror, brother, sister and friend, regardless of their social condition or status.
Similar to the other Foundation Stones, inclusivity is non-divisive, non-dualistic, non-punishing, non-naming, non-blaming, non-shaming, and non-exclusive. ALL are equal, and ALL are welcome, regardless of age, race, creed, gender, religion, social position, political affiliation, physical condition, or sexual orientation.
Inclusivity plays a key role in conflict resolution and is central to the healthy dynamics of a family, a community, the workplace, and the social arena.
Inclusivity does not seek to polarise, separate, judge, or compare. It views all through the lens of unconditional positive regard and seeks to understand and unconditionally respond to the root of dysfunctional behaviour.
As Gandhi once stated: You will find there is room for us all.