|Re: Cohousing/Guest Ranch||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: MMM100fold (MMM100foldaol.com)|
|Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2000 21:58:42 -0600 (MDT)|
In a message dated 7/27/00 1:53:02 PM Eastern Daylight Time, floriferous [at] msn.com writes: << Operating a community business does indeed change your realtionships so that you rely on each other a great deal more, and might even, Gasp!, share income! This notion is perhaps unsettling to the image of cohousing as a respectable, middle-class endeavor? >> Has anyone ever heard the term employee stock ownership. United Airlines for instance, this business is owned by the employees. So they are "sharing income" because they collectively own the business in which they work. Just don't happen to live together, except when they share hotel rooms during overnights and hang out in staff lounges at airports. I object to ideologues, those who want to "fix" any phenomena, not with the intention of understanding and elucidating but for purposes of exclusion and orthodoxy. We shouldn't fail to recognize that while experience is transferable, every community's circumstances are unique and original. Mark Knight Hundredfold Farm Gettysburg, PA
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