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Pedagogy of the Communes

I’ve been reading a couple of books recently that I feel have some links to things happening in the UK right now. I’ll look at the books for now and will write about how I think they could apply to the UK later. 1,151 more words


Marrying In To The Commune: Twin Oaks Turns Fifty

Twin Oaks commune is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary. Hundreds of people have converged on the lush, low-lying land, which houses numerous buildings, shops, and fields. My husband Rich seems to know most of them. 673 more words

On "Earth-Based Religions"

I’ve been thinking about starting a blog for a while now, a few people have told me that I should, many others have told me “Oh Gods, please don’t.” The latter concerns have been pushed aside, because a blog post that I read today struck me as having missed the mark so badly that I could not remain quiet about it. 829 more words

Why co-working spaces (and communes?) are a shitty business model

The next time I join an organization with “co-” in its title, I’m forcing everyone to read this article.

What I'm Reading


Lauren Groff

Well, it had to come eventually. I tried to make it last as long as possible, stretching out the reading as long as I could. 123 more words

Book Reviews

About communes and collective energy field

Uniting and sharing the destinies together is blissful for spiritual and psychic exploration. When group of people share common living space, perception and activities, they create… 306 more words


A Government of Popular Insurgency: An Interview with George Ciccariello-Maher

I was going to wait to release this interview until I got a Spanish translation, but because of the egregious capitulation of Drexel University to white nationalist trolls who were throwing a temper tantrum over a joke by Ciccariello-Maher poking fun at the Chicken Little cry of “White Genocide” often made by the Far Right, a “genocide” not by murder or sterilization but by “miscegenation” and immigration. 1,251 more words