FOR A COMMUNITY TO BE WHOLE AND HEALTHY, IT MUST BE BASED ON PEOPLE’S LOVE AND CONCERN FOR EACH OTHER (Millard Fuller)
Communities are defined as groups of people who repeatedly come together over what they care about. This is setting up the initial culture. Some communities are focused on bridging (typically outward-looking); other communities focus on bonding (typically inward-looking). In reality, a community is defined as a whole and healthy when bridging and bonding are in balance. Too much bonding can lead to anti-outsider views and leads to polarized communities.
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