|Follow up after Cue meeting||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Melanie Mindlin (sassettamind.net)|
|Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2021 14:07:57 -0800 (PST)|
I believe my request is for Diana concerning this letter. You refer to a handout called Alliances, Petitions and the Three Treasures of Community. I would love to get a copy of this document. I think it could be useful for my community. Thanks, Melanie > Begin forwarded message: > >>> I realize though, that the difficult person you're speaking of may not be >>> doing behaviors like this at all, but may be violating community agreements >>> about pets, parking spaces, quiet hours, or use of the Common House, and so >>> on. Which governance and decision-making methods don't address. >>> >>> For challenges like this, there are two things I can recommend. One is >>> doing petitions, described in the handout below, "Alliances, Petitions, and >>> 'The Three Treasures' of Community'." Another is when many different >>> people ask the person to please stop doing X or Y thing they do. The >>> handout for this is "Many Raindrops Make a Flood." Most members of most >>> cohousing communities wouldn't want to do these methods though, >>> unfortunately. We can talk about this when we talk.
Re: Follow up after Cue meeting Diana Leafe Christian, February 2 2021
- Follow up after Cue meeting Melanie Mindlin, February 3 2021
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