"Your micro-actions are the component parts of the world." --old Limbic City proverb
Becoming a citizen of Limbic City is simple. All you have to do is fill out several long, complicated forms with a lot of fine print, and pay a fee of one million dollars.
...Ha, just kidding of course. Hope you don't mind us pulling your leg there for a moment, we here at the Limbic City citizenship bureau like to have our fun when we can.
Actually it's very easy. There are two ways to get it done. First, fill out the form below, and then choose either option:
A) We'll send you a laminated, wallet-sized citizenship card, or B) Print out your own citizenship card, then fill in the blanks. If you want it laminated, you'll have to do it yourself (clear packing tape is a good lamination-substitute).
When you've got the actual card in your hands, the next thing to do is to put it in your wallet, or wherever you carry things of that nature. Then, from time to time, pull it out of your wallet, and read the 5 Laws again. Ask yourself: am I abiding by the 5 Laws, have I transgressed them at any point recently, if so how and why?...take a moment now and then, and ask yourself those sorts of questions.
Citizenship in Limbic City is held in concurrence with whatever measures of citizenship you already hold (town, state, country, etc). The only obligation you take on, when you become a citizen of Limbic City, is to observe the 5 Laws, and employ them as a guide to your own civic behavior; to how you interact, at all levels, with other members of your own community, and with other humans in this world in general.
This is the most basic, andfundamental way to participate in the project of Limbic City. To declare and verify that the 5 Laws, and the values of civility, goodness, and decency that they represent, are the standard by which you choose to comport yourself, in your treatment of other human beings. No one will be checking up on you. The only kind of accountability to be held is your own, for yourself; the only kind of commitment that matters is your own, to yourself.
Once you have becomea citizen, we here at the citizenship bureau will add your name to the citizenship rolls. We will also add it to the publically-available citizen lists--which make it easier for citizens of Limbic City to identify and find each other. If you're ready, beautiful, go ahead and follow the steps below. If you're not, we thank you for your consideration, and if you ever change your mind, we'll be happy to welcome you down the road.
(Ps--The Citizenship Form below isn't functional yet, so don't try and fill it out. But I left it in place for the visual aid.)