Comment: Or maybe even start a community!

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Or maybe even start a community!

Gathering like minded folks seems like a very good idea for where we are at at this point in time.

There are many "intentional communities" to be found, scattered throughout the world. It would be nice to see more liberty communities established. They don't have to be communal. People can just decide to buy land and or houses and live next to(like the Amish) or at least in the same town as one another -kind of like the Free State project.

Personally, the kind of community I would be interested in being a part of, would be one centered around Jesus but not condemning of political interest or involvement. It would have to be based in sound doctrine where there are no "big I's or little you's" and everyone is truly a brother or sister.
It would be a community where much fresh, clean, food, raw milk and eggs, etc. is produced and everyone who participates is committed to biblical accountability. Accountability is huge. That's why the Amish have survived for so long -they practice accountability.

I am for peace: but when I speak, they are for war. Ps 120:7
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Better to be divided by truth than united in error.
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"I am the door." -Jesus Christ