10 Ways to Love Where You Live

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June 21, 2012

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10 Ways to Love Where You Live

The impersonal hand of government can never replace the helping hand of a neighbor.

– Hubert Humphrey –

10 Ways to Love Where You Live

Community is not just for extroverts. For thousands of years, our ancestors lived in barrios, hamlets, neighborhoods, and villages. Yet in the time since our parents and grandparents were young, privacy has become so valued that many neighborhoods are not much more than houses in proximity…And when the links among neighbors are weak, security relies on locks, gates, and guns, rather than a closely knit web of connections. Building a community from scratch is daunting. But the good news is that vibrant communities can grow over time from existing neighborhoods. This article offers 10 ways to start. { read more }

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