Sharing Resources in an Intentional Community

In France, a group of women have established a co-op/commune for the elderly, with a section that integrates some university students into the community. In Britain, communal living projects are also going mainstream — a slowly growing phenomenon in many parts of Europe, in fact.

The Zero-Waste Chef

flower garden

In 2005, I moved to an intentional community. My best friend’s husband calls it a hippie commune. That’s not quite accurate, but it’s getting warm.

The Fellowship for Intentional Community defines this type of community as:

An inclusive term for ecovillagescohousing communities, residential land trusts, communes, student co-ops, urban housing cooperatives, intentional living, alternative communities, cooperative living and other projects where people strive together with a common vision.

A new-agey church with an eastern bent runs the intentional community where I live. Now before you start thinking “cult,” this church focuses on yoga and meditation. It’s not the zombie-sex cult as a local paper once described it (too bad—zombie-sex cult sounds fun).

Although my kids attended the church’s school, and I live in the community, I’m not a member of the congregation. As a recovering Catholic, I can’t fathom under what circumstances I would ever join any church…

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2 thoughts on “Sharing Resources in an Intentional Community”

  1. It’s not clear to me what this has to do with you. Your picture looks different from the chef. I lived in a place a lot like that but I don’t know it’s worth going into here.

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