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Letting Go: A Dancing Rabbit Update

Letting Go: A Dancing Rabbit Update

If you are like me, you probably struggle with finding the time to accomplish everything that you've tasked yourself with. I don't really understand why it's so hard to let go of the things that I obviously won't get to, or to simply accept that my notions of what I *think* I can get done are delusional and that I'm bound to trip over reality sooner or later. Cob here, writing to you after a week of regular collisions between what I WANT to do, and the realities of what I CAN do. Many of these reality-checks were time-based, and…read more >
Strength in Vulnerability: A Dancing Rabbit Visit

Strength in Vulnerability: A Dancing Rabbit Visit

by Ash Sturm It’s strange to think that somewhere I feel so emotionally close to now was a complete stranger a year ago. I’d had several friends and colleagues recommend checking out Dancing Rabbit, but hadn’t done much follow up research. I was very unfamiliar with the concept of intentional community, and my mind associated “community” with the idea of a cult (like where a husband chief would have 10 wives, ranging from ages 13 to 21…). I was way off! Regardless of my preconceptions, come last spring, I found myself feeling more frequently depressed, day to day, month to…read more >
So Much Growing! A Dancing Rabbit Update

So Much Growing! A Dancing Rabbit Update

One of the main reasons I wanted to move to Dancing Rabbit was to be more in touch with the rhythms of the seasons and of day-to-day life. To watch things grow and change and develop and to be there for each step of the way. Well, I have been very in touch with that growth recently. Here’s what happens in northeast Missouri when it rains a bunch and then it’s hot and sunny for a few days: everything turns into a jungle. Christina here, writing about things that are growing, whether I want them to or not. My husband,…read more >