Our suburbs by and large are social deserts. Yet they are filled with people with emotions, energies, experience, information and skills – especially skills in life. … I am convinced if people could find their place in some positive, supportive and intentional group committed to the liberation and development of one another and one another's families, then many social needs would be resolved or even avoided.
Community also needs to be fostered in order that the latent goodwill and actual expertise of able people in different sectors of society may be fed into creative interactions which benefit all.
Many people in the commercial and industrial fields need to be and want to be released from the barren perspective that makes up so much of that frenetic and inane business life. They long for involvement in purposes which are of real human worth.