The process movement is more, much more, than process philosophy. It is an international network of people from different parts of the world who act out of four hopes: (1) that they and others can be whole persons, filled with love, creativity, gratitude, justice, and a sense of wonder; (2) that they can help build and live in whole or compassionate communities that are just, sustainable, and joyful, and that are good for animals and the Earth as well as people; (3) that they can help sustain a whole planet in which other living beings as well as humans flourish in mutually enhancing ways, and (4) that we humans will come to think holistically, in ways that integrate science, art, ethics, and spirituality, and that invite a sense of respect and care for the community of life. Some are farmers, some poets, some theologians, some accountants. Some are teenagers, some middle aged, and some senior citizens. Some are very interested in philosophy; some not so interested. Some are "Whiteheadians" and some are shaped by other holistic philosophies: Muslim, Buddhist, Daoist, Hindu, or Indigenous, for example. All are part of the movement. All live from the four hopes.