|Re: Jewish Cohousing- can it be cohousing?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Lynn Nadeau (welcomeolympus.net)|
|Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1998 16:40:11 -0500|
Why on earth could you not call a community cohousing if it had a spiritual (or any other) commonality? This does not alter the typical factors of self-management, commitment to group process and participation non-profit intentional maximizing of chances to socialize and network mutual aid private homes, common amenities opportunity for community dining etc. mix of private and shared resources It does not matter to me what people call their type of community-- the important thing is that it happens and more and more people get the benefits. Whether you are "diverse races and incomes" or "pagan vegans", you are free to define your community, and membership will come from those who are drawn to it. Lynn at RoseWind Cohousing, Port Townsend WA where a strawbale wall-raising happens this weekend and there are just a few lots left, to join 20 member families, 12 in residence
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