If community is an exigency that reflects the state of arriving into belongingness, what are the various needs each of us have to “feel at home” with ourselves and others?  In Seattle we see a city that seems to be gorging itself and swallowing its citizens in the process.  What happens when our homes, both the elaborate, inner kingdom and the external, physical shelter, are taken away? This series of writings reflect on the complicated components that are both intuitive and pragmatic, psychological and highly environmental, but always embodied.

Gift-ask-receive-re-gift: A beginning

The Amorphous and Agile Swarming of Belongingness: Part 1

The Nether Highway of the Social Contract: Part 2

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