November 6, 2009
It is physically integrated with communal and individual spaces, has structurally incorporated accessible features, and uses soothing and workable landscapes and gardens to link community components.
Respectful and non-competitive with balance between dedicated community and individual time and activities. Values human and philosophical diversity Avoids pedagological absolutes and litmus tests.
A lifetime of experiences with aspects of intentional community that provide a safe place combined with an appreciation for the strengths and softness of women throughout my life.
Experience with the challenges of creating and sustaining community
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As a pre-boomer who is Jewish by birth, attorney by choice, and an activist by necessity now living in Asheville I'm ready to begin the next chapter with bright, motivated, engaged women with some seasoning.
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