Which are you living with?
Read the transcript from our first SeekingCommunity.ca TwitterChat and learn about what makes a life of intent different from a life of intention.
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What Do I Want More of in My Life?
There are times when I feel that we all live on islands and that it takes way more effort than it should to connect. In these times I feel I am called to seek community and my instinct is to invite others on this journey with me. I hope this website can be a part of this journey for me, and for others. This...
My Personal Story
I grew up in a small, mostly Mennonite community of people trying to heal and establish itself in a new country, Canada. This foundation of belonging helped shape my understanding of community.
This is part four in a five-part series.
I want to be happy, to find happiness and fulfillment in life and I know that the feeling I have, of being alone, is keeping me from true happiness. Maybe it's the very desire not to feel alone that is keeping me from happiness and is causing my suffering?
This is part three of a five-part series.
Feeling alone is only part of the reason I am seeking community. So why else am I seeking? Maybe it’s a fear thing. Is fear - for my health, the environment and terrorism causing me to isolate myself?
This is part two of a five-part series.
I Feel Alone
I often feel alone and with far less community in my life than I want. I say this even though there are people all around me. So why do I feel alone? Why am I seeking community?
This is part one of a five-part series. Read on to explore fear, happiness, my life story, and what I want more of in my life.
To inspire you on your journey of 'I'
Let the person who cannot be alone be aware of community. Let the person who is not in community be aware of being alone. ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer in Life Together
Margaret (“Meg”) Wheatley, founder of the Berkana Institute, here she talks about some of the experiences that shaped her earliest beliefs about being human. She challenges us to re-think some of our concepts of and approaches for community.
Vickie Cammack and Zoel Breau share their deep understanding of belonging and inclusion, and speak to creating a revolution in how we perceive and interact with isolated or marginalized people.
In this seminar, Paul Born shares his thoughts on community and invites friends from all across Canada to join him in exploring some of the key questions and issues that emerge...