Best of Communities XV – The Peripatetic Communitarian: The Best of Geoph Kozeny

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This book includes 47 of the best articles from Communities magazine written by the communitarian and documentarian Geoph Kozeny.

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Communities magazine is the leading publication for all topics related to intentional community. From the broad-stroked overviews to the intimate details, this quarterly publication covers it all. With so much content to explore, we’ve distilled it into a single compilation!

Volume XV – The Peripatetic Communitarian: The Best of Geoph Kozeny

Geoph Kozeny wrote a back-page essay for Communities for nearly 15 years. In 1988, after living in a variety of communities for most of his 20s and 30s, Geoph went on the road to visit communities and promote them. He died of pancreatic cancer in 2007, less than three months shy of being the peripatetic communitarian for two full decades. It was an amazing achievement which continues to benefit us all.

This book features 47 of Geoph’s best efforts peering behind the curtain of community living. His wisdom lives on in these timeless insights about nearly every topic related to community. Thank you, Geoph!

Volume XV includes the following articles:

  1. A Reality Check, #80-81
  2. What Works, #82
  3. Good Neighbors, #83
  4. The Limits of Good Parenting Absolute Truths, #84
  5. Following Through: Volunteers and Good Intentions “Love”or“in Love”?, #86
  6. Constructive Criticism, #88
  7. Sage Advice, #89
  8. ‘Diversity’ Intentions Are Not Enough, #90
  9. “Eco” Process, #91
  10. A Little-Known History of the Bible (with Jack Sawyer) #92
  11. Community as Performance Art #93
  12. ‘Making a Living?’ A Curious Concept #94
  13. Sustainability . . . and the Next Generation, #95
  14. Food, Glorious Food!, #96
  15. Feelings About Feelings . . . 25 Years Older . . . 25 Years Wiser?, #97
  16. Are You Using Money …or Is It Using You?, #98
  17. Models of Sustainability: Embracing Diversity, Finding Balance Compassion & Political Correctness, #100
  18. Y2K or Not Y2K . . . A Question of Beliefs, #100
  19. Toxic Emissions,Toxic Omissions, #102
  20. Cultural Laboratories, #103
  21. “I Don’t Want to Talk About It”, #104
  22. Embracing the Inevitable, #105
  23. Working Together Apart, #106
  24. The Student/Teacher Convergence, #108
  25. The Archeaology of Decisions, #109
  26. The Neverending Challenge, #110
  27. Sustainable Energy, #111
  28. Community & Me, #112
  29. How I Spent My Summer Vacation: Intentional Communities Abroad Beyond Book Learning, #113
  30. Perseverance Pays: It’s A Video!, #115
  31. Pollyannas, Pessimists, and the Optimal Optimist, #116
  32. Striving for Sustainability, #117
  33. Happily Never After, #118
  34. Success, Vitality, and Charisma, #121
  35. Seek First Community Within, #122
  36. Building Community in an Election Year, #123
  37. Dancing with Dogma: The Fine Line Between Religion & Spirituality Mentoring in Community, #124
  38. The “Art” of Community, #126
  39. Cohousing: Affordable Housing?, #127
  40. Truth? Or Consequences . . ., #128
  41. The Urban/Rural Spectrum, #129
  42. In the Wake of Katrina . . . Intentional Community Members in Action Good Works: Walking the Talk, #130
  43. Accounting for Sustainability, #131
  44. Interns & Intimacy, #134
  45. Privacy and Transparency, #135
  46. Community, Love, and Healing, #136
  47. The Crazies Among Us: Balancing Compassion with Capacity, #137

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Volume XV is part of a 15-volume compilation of the Best of Communities magazine. The set includes over 200 articles about intentional communities from the 1990’s and 2000’s. Purchase the entire set and save!

 

 

 


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