Hakhel Resources: Intentional Community
A unique resource library for Jewish Intentional Communities.
Inspiration. Tools. Support.
by David Brooks
It's a refreshing one! Just read it.
by Ewan Gilbert
It's touching, and it's really doable. Grab somr inspiration.
Take the time and ask around: how do you see the possibility of integration in your community? Is there openness for disabled? How much members feel in ease with this issue? This topic is an important prism for community resillience.
by Leila Dregger
What is an eco-village? And what is the contribution of this constellation to us all? Read this powerful article.
by No credit
How can you get the grip of communal values, word them and turn them into a maifest which will lead to practical steps? Here is a useful manual especially for that important purpose.
by Chris Roth
There is so much power in our instinctive belief in the need for change. A community with such devotion is something to read about.
10 Years Later, Moishe House Remains More Committed Than Ever to the 20-Somethings Building Communities
by David Cygielman, eJP
This world famous project is so successful because of the spirit within. Horizontal leadership, dialogue and inclusivity bring Judaism to the next level. Youngsters take the lead.
by Daniel Spiro, Spiritual Fringe blog
Living your passion is not just beautiful, it is powerful as well. This story shows how much power you can gain of insisting on an accurate connection between core faith and the implementaion format of your belief.
by Ma'ikwe Schaub Ludwig
This wise lady has a point! Sustainability has indeed a bad PR. So what else is out there, that we so need to be aware of, but refuse to open up about? Take some time and watch this TED talk
Section: Care for Sustainability
by Nolan Gray, Market Urbanism
Rethinking reality can quickly turn dreams into reallity. Co-housing makes a tight-knit community, this we already know. This article offers an interesting way of making it possible.
Section: Care for Community