Monthly Archives: June 2012

Community.

I have really come to appreciate the human need for community, though for many years I was more interested in INdependence. My ego needed to shine and and be shot down for me to learn the value of INTERdependence. Approximately … Continue reading

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Dear One and All,

“I myself appealed to the guests to explore the need to take responsibility for their own food and not to leave the farmer out there alone in the wilderness to carry all the risks. New partnerships need to be formed, … Continue reading

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Start Local.

It’s a concept. For many years I struggled with trying to live sustainably. And I mean struggled. I got to the point where, if I got to the store and had forgotten my shopping bags (usually) I wanted to scream! … Continue reading

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Intentional Communal Lives

Walking along the wooded path, they seem to have a sparkle in their eyes. They seem satisfied and vital, they are healthy and present.  For a long time I assumed I was romanticizing the idea of communes. And to be … Continue reading

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B is for Burl. B is for Blog.

I used to hate writing assignments. It got a little better in college, but not much. Over the past few years, though, I have really come to enjoy writing. I don’t think I have gotten good at it, per say,  … Continue reading

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