Communities Magazine — Winter 2012
Endings and Beginnings
New Issue in Print, Free Articles Published Online
Endings and Beginnings —Issue #157
Our latest Communities issue on Endings and Beginnings is proving to be one of our most popular issues. If you haven't seen it yet, get a copy by subscribing or ordering a sample now!
Our Winter 2012 issue focuses on Endings and Beginnings. We hear about the challenges and growth that happen when the reins of community leadership pass from one generation to the next (or don't), and when groups undergo other major changes. We learn about personal transitions in and out of community, and about how both short– and long–term community can provide life–transforming experiences for participants. We consider the regenerative power of community in a world full of endings and beginnings. Please join us!
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Articles Featured Online. The following articles from our new issue have been posted at communities.ic.org
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- Publisher’s Note: Forty Candles and Counting by Laird Schaub
- Notes from the Editor: Endings and Beginnings by Chris Roth
- Crossing over the Threshold: Transitioning the Windward Community to the Next Generation by Lindsay Hagamen
- Fear of Change in Long-Term Intentional Communities and Ecovillages by Coyote Alberto Ruz
- A Crucible by Understanding Israel
- The Hermitage Now and To Come by Johannes Zinzendorf
- The Adventure of Starting Over by Kim Scheidt
- Gratitude, Loss, Rebirth, and Community by Chris Roth
- Clearing Out to Begin Once Again by Dianne Brause
- The Bookends of Community by Elizabeth Barrette
- Honoring Life Transitions by Cameron Withey
- Community for a Minute: Discovering Nature, Self, and Group at Sixth-Grade Camp by Heather M. Barnes
- Transitioning into the Heart of Community by Tara Pettit
- New Beginnings at Oakleigh Meadow Cohousing by Pat Bryan
- Grief and Growth: Six Babies’ First Year and Peter’s Last by Fiona Patterson
- When Do We Begin to Flourish in Senior Cohousing? by Margaret Critchlow and Andrew Moore
- Thinking Flexibly About Consensus by Tim Hartnett, Ph.D.
- How the “N Street Consensus by Method” Helps N Street Cohousing Thrive by Diana Leafe Christian
- Review—The Sharing Solution by Deborah Altus
- Review—East Hill Farm: Seasons with Allen Ginsberg by Michael Brickler
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