Find Issue #157, (Winter 2012) – “Endings and Beginnings” of Communities Magazine here!
After 6,500 miles of pedaling and 100 community visits, a couple documents the promise of intentional community and cooperative living.
A forming cohousing group experiences its share of bumps, but comes together to move forward.
Kibbutzes, ecovillages, cohousing communities, and pocket neighborhoods offer us opportunities to make a new start.
Questioning her community’s philosophy and practices, a live-in caregiver ends her involvement there in order to focus on greater self-expression and self-care.
Children in outdoor programs face—and often overcome—three major obstacles to learning and growth.
Endings and beginnings grow from one another and make personal and group renewal possible.
Marking endings and beginnings with ritual can add intentionality, understanding, and connection to our lives.
An older generation learns to let go as a younger generation steps forward.
Two community founders recognize that it’s time to hand over the reins and move on.