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Is a simple lifestyle a good alternative for you?

Posted on May 18, 2015 by

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Community Bookshelf
The Best Investment:
Land in a Loving Community
by Erica, Bookshelf Manager

The Best InvestmentThe Best Investment:
Land in a Loving Community 
  by David W. Felder
0.8 x 6 x 9 inches; 164 Pages; 1983

The Best Investment is designed to help you decide if the simple lifestyle is a good alternative for you.

Based on his personal experience, the author analyzes numerous possible options for living more simply and affordably: from deciding if you want to live alone or with others, to the the process of buying the land, building a home and finally producing your own food.

This is more than just another how-to book.

It examines the community dynamics and implications of the community route to self-sufficiency. It shows how people can rearrange their assets so they end up owning homes with no mortgages and gaining instead more time to spend with family and friends, learning new skills and building bigger projects in the community.

David Felder says that the best investment he had ever made was to buy land in a loving community of about one hundred people.

Are you ready to do the same?

If you would like to know more about how to do it, order this book now.

It’s ON SALE for only $5!

If you’re interested in this topic, check out the Create Community section in our bookstore and take a look at these titles in particular:

Ecovillages―New Frontiers for Sustainability does an excellent job of providing an overview of the development of eco-villages, from their beginnings to the present time. It also provides insight into its actual and potential contributions to a more sustainable world.

Creating Community Anywhere
covers support groups, workplace teams, new forms of residence sharing, social clubs, neighborhood associations, discussions groups, and spiritual communities. Whether you live in an urban or rural area, are single or married, this book will guide through the exciting sources of community.

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Community Bookshelf
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Rutledge MO 63563
fic at ic dot org

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