The film "Indie Kindred" tells an inspiring story of kinship between women who share common experiences and a desire for deep connection. This blog post offers a recipe of sorts for anyone who wants to connect with their heart's true community—their tribe, their group of kindred hearts.
11 entries categorized "Connecting with your Heart's Community"
Here's how Amanda Palmer, a f'nheimer-loving alt-indie musician and performer, touched the deepest part of my heart and showed me how connecting with human beings is a beautiful art. My experience has been difficult to put into words and I'm curious about your takeaways. Comments are always welcome!
Let me tell you a story that's both deeply personal and essentially universal about how I know we are all connected. In what situation have you felt a greater connection? What evidence do you notice that shows we're all connected?
Continuing the series on community, this post considers the features and flavors of community. How do they fit your heart? Which community soup fills you up and makes you feel warm inside? Do any of your communities leave a bitter taste in your mouth or leave you empty? You're invited to join the conversation!
Last week's post (Learn: Understand Community) focused on five sociological functions of community. This week's post takes a participatory perspective on community. What do the functions look like from a community member's point of view? Community looks like a potluck with a gift exchange. Each member brings something different to...