re: “The narcissism of small differences”
From: Steve Welzer <email@example.com> … Tue, Oct 26, 2021 at 1:40 AM
To: Phil & Gillian from Supernuclear
> All should be applauded.
Nonetheless, there is an important, significant distinction.
I think moderns tend to be rootless, transient, hypermobile.
Rootedness and groundedness would…
Truly the new society and new culture are being built within the shell of the old. It started fifty years ago and we’re still in the very, very beginning of the process. But it’s hopeful, very hopeful.
There were almost 400 comments sent in before the comments list was closed. Some voiced the usual caveats about the cohousing movement:
. units not affordable enough
. communities not diverse enough
. people not succinct enough when they bloviate at interminably long decision-making meetings
Other than that…
This is the second article about cohousing in the NYT in just the past six weeks:
There will be a monthly cost-of-living raise for Social Security recipients in January. Imagine getting an email that urged sending half of the raise to a general national fund subsidizing living expenses for less-affluent people and families.
It’s one thing to support legislation to address the issues of poverty and…
Issue 43 has gone to the printer. It will be arriving in mailboxes during late November.
This will be my Page 3 editorial:
The Greening of Society
Are we living through the best of times or the worst of times? …