One Human Community
Sep 142013

When a true financial crisis strikes most people freeze. The terror of the situation is such that perfectly functional people resign themselves to what seems to be the inevitable and become passive.

Avo, the Founder of One Human Community is in the process of overcoming his hardship but not entirely out of the woods, yet. Still, he is surviving and recovering from a financial disaster, so take this most important advice from him: DON’T GIVE UP AND NEVER, EVER STOP FIGHTING!

Passivity is a condition that kills even the good people. If you don’t take action; if you fail to be diligent and expand necessary effort, you’ll lose. True, some people bounce back from the bottom, but no one told you that these are VERY few people. It’s much more prudent to stop the freefall before you actually hit the ground.

So here’s the financial crisis survival checklist:

  • Don’t give up!
  • Search for help. (Look over the resources listed on One Human Community’s Website and elsewhere Online. If all else fails, contact Avo, he may just know something that will help YOU.)
  • Once you find a way out: DON’T BE LAZY! (Impress anyone you meet on the way with your eagerness to address your problems.)
  • Be proactive.
  • Be patient.
  • Never, ever lose your cool.
  • YOU WILL SURVIVE if you follow this checklist!

In this spirit, get going: help is out there! I hope you’ll find it quickly; stop your freefall; catch your balance and successfully climb back up! IT CAN BE DONE!


I’m Avo Keshishyan, the guy who survived the shift into the “new economy” and in the process discovered – and attempted to meet to the best of his ability! - the needs of his neighborhood. That’s how One Human Community came about. My personal “state of emergency” is over, but the community still needs help.