When I saw this photo of the land Heaven Admin wants to buy to build a spiritual eco community on, my first thought was that, if I'm lucky enough to go to CommuniTree in Argentina, I will sit under this tree and write.
This blog entry about communities starts off with my take on Anglo-Saxon words. This isn't the first time I've spoken of Anglo-Saxon based words in contrast to Latin-based words.
In general, Anglo-Saxon based words are short, to the point, and are more grounded, simpler, more tangible, more earthy, more homey, more from the heart, words more from the gut. They are often single-syllable...
Life does not stand still for Anna. After she subscribed to Heavenletters, only about a month ago, Anna and I had a common ground -- love for God and our same desire to help build a spiritual eco-community in Capilla del Monte, Argentina -- and we became fast friends.
Anna doesn't just desire and wait. She makes decisions. She is already in Capilla del Monte!