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Starting with 123 acres purchased from a local farmer, Twin Oaks has matured into one of the oldest and best-known intentional communities in the United States. While some things have changed about Twin Oaks over the past 50 years, its commitment to sharing resources has endured and continues to ...
But that isn't my point. The point is how we are perceived. The philosophers of anarchy helps us see the world differently, and we give ourselves permission to explore, respect and even embrace that vision. We even learn and apply those teachings from intentional communities to leaderless organizing.

He says, 'Most other intentional communities traditionally begin with the process of identifying the community members who are wanting to live together. After, for example, a Village Development Program is complete, land is then sought for the community.' Planning North consultants also suggest in their ...
Friedman is a freethinker who had founded "intentional communities" while in college. He was living in silicon Valley at the time and was inspired to think big. So in 2008 he quit his job at Google and co-founded the Seasteading Institute with seed funding from Peter Thiel, the Libertarian billionaire.
BURDETT -- When Thomas and Linda Craig first saw La Bourgade On Seneca, it was love at first sight. The Craigs had spent more than three decades living in Los Angeles before returning to Central New York to care for aging parents. When it was time to move on from the large family house in Seneca ...
They include so-called tiny houses, micro apartment units, and intentional communities. A more modest real estate footprint, according to online tiny house enthusiasts, can appeal to everyone from debt-saddled graduates and recent retirees to those who simply want to leave less of an environmental ...

... movements of the Middle Ages such as the Franciscans, or the dissenters and non-conformists of the seventeenth and eighteenth century, and the progressive Christian reformers of the nineteenth century who were involved in radical movements from utopian intentional communities to abolitionism.
Whichever shape the "Benedict Option" will take, in the future Christianity will only survive in intentional communities and among people who choose to be Christian. People will no longer "inherit" faith, as in the past. The traditional Christian way of life in the pre-industrial villages of Ukraine has gone for ...
Donna McLean, associate professor of communication arts, led the honors colloquium, studying historical utopian societies, intentional communities established mostly in the 1800s, with the goal of creating a perfect world, free from crime, poverty, and violence. "By visiting these sites in person, it gives a ...
There are 148 cohousing communities across the country, most in the eastern and western United States, according to a directory maintained by the Fellowship of intentional communities. Six already operate in the Sacramento region; the planned community in Fair Oaks and another in West Sacramento ...
And they're part of a growing trend in an increasingly lonely country: intentional communities. CommonSpace Brett Carlsen for TIMEExterior ... intentional communities, by contrast, are intimate: a couple dozen apartments or single-family homes, built around central squares or common spaces. And they're operated in ways ...
Mary Douglass is one of many working to combat these challenges. Douglass is the president of Lansing intentional communities, or LINCS. The organization's goal is to promote the creation of spaces, called intentional communities, where adults with developmental disabilities live together. "We're putting ...
On the surface, so-called "co-living" companies, including WeLive, Common, Node, Krash, and Pure House may seem like the millennial version of hippie-founded intentional communities. But the actual structure and premise of these experiments in high-density living are actually at philosophical odds with ...
Like most intentional communities, Stone Soup is a co-op, with each member paying $550 a month to share the costs for food and space. Residents each have a single room, and everyone does four hours of chores a week -- from cleaning to cooking dinner to serving as the administrator for chores. Larger ...
Mr. Gang, who has dramatic brows offset by bleached hair, believes that a resistance to bodily shame resonates with a longer history of queer intentional communities. "Queers have been creating chosen families forever, to the extent that we've been out of societal structures forever," he said. Image.
Starting with 123 acres purchased from a local farmer, Twin Oaks has matured into one of the oldest and best-known intentional communities in the United States. While some things have changed about Twin Oaks over the past 50 years, its commitment to sharing resources has endured and continues to ...
Friedman is a freethinker who had founded "intentional communities" while in college. He was living in silicon Valley at the time and was inspired to think big. So in 2008 he quit his job at Google and co-founded the Seasteading Institute with seed funding from Peter Thiel, the Libertarian billionaire.

They include so-called tiny houses, micro apartment units, and intentional communities. A more modest real estate footprint, according to online tiny house enthusiasts, can appeal to everyone from debt-saddled graduates and recent retirees to those who simply want to leave less of an environmental ...
... Ages such as the Franciscans, or the dissenters and non-conformists of the seventeenth and eighteenth century, and the progressive Christian reformers of the nineteenth century who were involved in radical movements from utopian intentional communities to abolitionism. All of these groups are varied, ...
Whichever shape the "Benedict Option" will take, in the future Christianity will only survive in intentional communities and among people who choose to be Christian. People will no longer "inherit" faith, as in the past. The traditional Christian way of life in the pre-industrial villages of Ukraine has gone for ...
Donna McLean, associate professor of communication arts, led the honors colloquium, studying historical utopian societies, intentional communities established mostly in the 1800s, with the goal of creating a perfect world, free from crime, poverty, and violence. "By visiting these sites in person, it gives a ...
What keeps him in these intentional communities is that there is a desire to improve everybody's living situation through spending time together and having dinner like a family. "The social aspect is really important, but also the aspect of learning new skills is really cool," Kim said. Many co-ops have gardens ...
In intentional communities, the whole community decides on individual membership. However, some of their ideas can be adopted for the Keweenaw, she said. First, she said, people can recognize there are already regulations and social rules in place regarding how to use private property. Then, the ...
"In interviews, members of the inner circle told me that the boycott was critical in preventing UFW from going the way of other intentional communities of the 1970s." According to the Arizona State article, [w]hile Garcia uncovered many unknown facts about the UFW, his favorite discoveries were of the ...
Hope already runs two all-male intentional communities in the state, one in Dillingham and one in Willow. The design of the neighborhood in Sterling lends itself to neighborliness -- the six houses face a central circle with an open space between them. Kathy Fitzgerald has been working on the intentional ...
Hand2Mouth Theatre puts on "Psychic Utopia" at New Expressive Works, 810 S.E. Belmont St., through Dec. 2. It's about intentional communities and the impulse to create paradise on Earth inspired by accounts of people who live off the grid in the Pacific Northwest. For more: www.hand2mouththeatre.org.
... I'd been completely wrapped up in Psychic Utopia, which mines Oregon's history of intentional communities and out 'n' out cults--we are, ...
Four young sisters from Asia share their views on the benefits and challenges of living in multicultural communities in a panel discussion at the ...
Similar to Frey's proposed ordinance, last year council members passed Ward 2 City Council Member Cam Gordon's "intentional communities" ordinance, which ...
Friedman, a freethinker who had founded "intentional communities" while in college, was living in silicon Valley at the time and was inspired to ...
The Archaeology of Utopian and intentional communities by Stacy C. Kozakavich (University Press of Florida; 240 pages; $79.95). Includes ...
... unlike many intentional communities, are integrated with, rather than segregated from, society at large. Kingfisher will compare communities ...
The Winterthur students visited Hamilton as part of a three-day field trip visiting sites of intentional communities that also included the Byrdcliffe ...
Hand2Mouth Theatre puts on a show about intentional communities and the impulse to create paradise on Earth inspired by accounts of ...
Friedman, a freethinker who had founded "intentional communities" while in college, was living in silicon Valley at the time and was inspired to ...
Mr. Friedman, a freethinker who had founded "intentional communities" while in college, was living in silicon Valley at the time and was ...
intentional communities, by contrast, are intimate: a couple dozen apartments or single-family homes, built around central squares or common spaces.
Eco and intentional communities are born from the desire to respond to current crises which includes environmental and economic. Ideas like ...
We need state and local governments, nonprofits, for-profit entities, coops, intentional communities, and creative partnerships among any of ...
Late last year, the City Council voted to allow so-called "intentional communities" of unrelated adults to live together in a single-family home, ...
... chance for those who have been disillusioned, excluded, or left behind by mainstream religion to create intentional communities -- a religion, ...
Living in intentional communities offers resiliency from natural and manmade disasters through healthy social relations that will help us evolve ...
But it is such a leap from some of the beautiful little spaces, the "intentional communities" that Kim has shown us. (See lots of them in related ...
I HAVE SPENT YEARS studying intentional communities and always ask the same question: just how communal are they? In the communities ...
We need state and local governments, nonprofits, for-profit entities, coops, intentional communities, and creative partnerships among any of ...
But there's no shortage of "intentional communities" or communes in California - and no shortage of pricey retirement communities either ...
Political and public experience: "In the mid 1970s I organized several intentional communities and co-housing projects of which many of the ...
Shaped by my experience with school gardens, interactions with Northeast Missouri's farmers and intentional communities, inspired by stories ...
This includes spending time at spiritual retreat centres that are marketed as holistic, organic, sustainable, and eco-friendly intentional communities (i.e. ashrams) ...
He seems to assume that at some point vast numbers of Americans will become like those who today seek out "intentional" communities ...


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