|Re: sweat equity; trust and community||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: School of Mathematics, U of MN (depts5.math.umn.edu)|
|Date: Fri, 12 Aug 94 08:13 CDT|
On Thu, 11 Aug 94 16:29 CDT, Hune Margulies <cohousing-l [at] uci.com> wrote: >I am not sure how communities in Europe handle the issue of mutual or >shared responsibilities and /or sacrifices, however, the Israeli >experience in collaborative living is most illuminating. Sacrifice was >always part of the national ethos. I am researching the subject of >community for my doctorate and found that Israel is a kind of living >laboratory for many types of communities. If there is interest in Israel >I would gladly share more insights on that. >Hune Margulies >Riverdale, NY I'm very much interested how any other society handles these problems. Please feel free to chime in. Monika Stumpf, Monterey CoHousing-Mpls, dept [at] math.umn.edu
- sweat equity; trust and community School of Mathematics, U of MN, August 11 1994
- Re: sweat equity; trust and community Hune Margulies, August 12 1994
- Re: sweat equity; trust and community School of Mathematics, U of MN, August 12 1994
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